This the question asked by several regular readers of this blog.....have been in a euphoric (until the revisions come in!) post-submission daze.
I delivered THE UNWILLING PRINCESS on Tuesday and since then I have been catching up with all the things which an urgent deadline prevent me from doing.
You know. Cleaning. Paying bills. Gardening.
Oh, alright. Haven't actually done any of those things, but I did catch a very good play at the Royal Court Theatre. All about climate change sceptics and starring the amazing Juliet Stephenson.
I also visited the Great Hall in Winchester, which is just down the road from me...
With its incredible Round Table (is this the one which all the Knights of Camelot clustered around, we ask ourselves?)
I sometimes pop in just because it's amazing and atmospheric, but this time it was specifically to hear the most incredible piece of music. Well actually, that doesn't really do it justice. It's an experience. Janet Cardiff's 40 Part Motet.
Forty voices coming from forty speakers. Singing Tallis.
Do you like it - and what has inspired you recently?
The installation has been all around the world - including New York and Canada.
If you get the chance - go and experience it for yourself.