Contrary to what we have been receiving here in the UK for far too long, somebody switched the monsoon off this week. We now have days of hotter, hotter, HOTTER.
Unfortunately, the room I do my scribblings in is the one with the cupboard full of computers. It's too hot. As I write it's 33 centigrade in the cupboard, and I'm having to turn almost everything off to stop it dying on its own. This means that my time at the keyboard is limited to whenever I can get myself out of bed and ready in the mornings, before it all heats up.
A huge amount has been happening the last two weeks in Real Life, and the next couple of episodes of SEE are going to be rather complicated (as you might expect!). So I want to make sure that I can concentrate properly on the story when I write it.
So, because I can only dip in and out at the moment, you'll likely not see the next chapter for a while. Possibly, depending on how good things are going, till after the Olympics are over and done with.
My apologies to all.
As for me, a chance to get out those summer dresses.