I seem to have taken over the latest issue of 'Suffolk Magazine' - my articles about Griff Rhys Jones, Felixstowe Book Festival and thriller writer, Colette McBeth all appear, but my adventure as Three Women in a Boat is also reported, and I was asked to present my highlights for the coming month in the introductory page.
Our row along the Thames, marking the 125th anniversary of the publication of the classic Jerome K. Jerome tale 'Three Men in a Boat' seems to have captured the imagination of many.
Last week we were guests of honour at the unveiling of a blue plaque to the author at an unassuming terrace in Bloomsbury, London. We appeared in the Camden New Journal alongside the other guests - Griff Rhys Jones, Rory McGrath and Frank Dobson MP - and today we were speaking on BBC Radio Suffolk. Listen to our interview here.
It's lovely to get so much attention - if it helps our fundraising cause for Deben Rowing Club, and if we manage to complete the row: all eight days and 142 miles!