On books

Just after I got to work this morning, a parcel appeared on my desk. “I wonder what that could be?” I said, theatrically.

Amazon parcel

Ah ha! Look at that handsome photography.

The Honest Look

The Honest Look, now shipping from Amazon.

PS Don’t forget to put this Friday in your diaries. Everything changes.

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22 Responses to On books

  1. Ken Doyle says:

    First post–congrats, Jenny!

  2. Richard Wintle says:

    And yes, lovely cover photo.
    I’m still waiting for the suppliers on this side of the pond to get their act together… but don’t worry, will purchase a shiny copy some time in the new year, probably.

  3. Richard P. Grant says:

     Hah. It might be quicker for you to drive to CSH and pick one up.
    Depending on what the snow’s like, natch.

  4. Cath Ennis says:

    My diary already has all the Fridays in it.

  5. Eva Amsen says:

    I was going to leave exactly the same comment Cath did. Oh no, maybe we really are the same person!

  6. Cath Ennis says:

    "Oh no, maybe we really are the same person!"

    Hey, I was going to say that!

  7. Eva Amsen says:

    Maybe it just happens that we have the same diary. The kind with all the Fridays in it.

  8. Cath Ennis says:

    Can you buy ones without Tuesdays? I don’t like Tuesdays.
    (Mondays are good because you’re well rested and enthusiastic about the new week. Wednesday is humpday, Thursday is almost the weekend (plus it’s pay-day, every second week), and Friday is, well, Friday. But Tuesdays suck).

  9. Ken Doyle says:

    BTW, what happened to the "On Friday" post? The links from my snapshot page are broken.

  10. Cath Ennis says:

    (Justin Trudeau?! WTF?! I’ll take it, though)

  11. Richard P. Grant says:

     We just need Åsa to turn up and then we have a full house.

  12. Åsa Karlström says:

     You called my liege? 😉
    I was going to write something about Fridays and diaries but then Cath wrote "Mondays are good because you’re well rested and enthusiastic about the new week." and I thought, huh – maybe we’re not the same…. although, I agree on all the other points and Eva does too .. so maybe it was just this Monday after Sunday Night Football that got a bit too late?
    I’m very excited about Friday! Very.

  13. Richard P. Grant says:

     I’m confused.

  14. Eva Amsen says:

    So I am: I don’t even watch sports! (That’s probably the main difference between me and Asa/Cath)
    -The One Who Doesn’t Watch Sports

  15. Cath Ennis says:

    I guess my main difference is that I’m effectively monolingual
    -The One Who Only Speaks English

  16. Åsa Karlström says:

     Eva: HaHa, yes it does seem to be a devider. I guess I watch American Football whereas Cath is a (proper) football fan (.i.e soccer in this part of the world).
    …and I don’t have any cats…. that’s how I differ from you two. (only one point, right?) 🙂

  17. Åsa Karlström says:

     – The One Who Doesn’t Have Cats

  18. Cath Ennis says:

    So, if Åsa gets a cat, Eva starts watching football, and I brush up on my French, world domination is an inevitability!

  19. Jon Moulton says:

    Sigh Right.  So where do I send the tax check now?  Oh, OK, not ’till the French football cat arrives.  Anyway, work on your plans for the budget and North Korea…

  20. Richard P. Grant says:

     I’d ask for used fivers, but they’re worth sod all now.

  21. Cath Ennis says:

    I’d settle for a cup of tea and a cheese sandwich, with Branston pickle.
    And maybe a chocolate brownie.

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