This week…

For those who were wondering: my presentation of “The Rainbird Murders, 1861” seemed to go well. The room was full, and they even had to bring in more chairs. No one coughed, or wriggled, or murmured, or muttered for the entire hour and a quarter. (I think having photos to look at helped deal with the boredom factor.) There were lots of conversations with people afterwards, which were great. I especially loved chatting with the farmers whose families have been working the same properties since before the event. All in all, in spite of the day knocking the stuffing out of me (never, I repeat, never forget to take your painkillers, no matter how busy you get!), it was a good day out. So, now that’s over it’s back to “normality”....

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