The above is an image of the Pohutakawa Tree – NZ’s very own Christmas Tree. Now, I hate to be smug but Christmas in NZ means summer and sand and the beach so think of me while you’re shivering beside your fires…
Actually, I’m quite jealous in some ways. I’d love to have a white Christmas. But sadly unless an Ice Age comes to NZ in the next couple of days, that won’t be happening (and just as well really since we’re going to be in a tent).
Anyway, I will be on holiday for the next 10 days (with no web access! Argh!) so I hope everyone has a fabulous Christmas and lovely New Year. The ed has told me she’ll get to my partial in the New Year so at least there won’t be an R in my Christmas stocking (but there better be a present, okay, husband?). 🙂
Here’s hoping for a great 2011 with lots of sales!
*passes round mulled wine for Northern Hemisphere visitors and a nice cold lager for those in the Southern Hemisphere*
Oh and super congrats to my lovely CP Maisey Yates who just sold her sixth (yes?) book! This is a fabulous story that Maisey worked incredibly hard on and it’s going to be so exciting to see it in print! Big yays for the Frenchman!