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Book Week Scotland 2019, from a distance

If I weren’t in Berlin, this is what I’d be doing today. I realise it’s short notice, but if you’re anywhere near Stirling, you could go along to Forth Valley College to hear Kerry Hudson talk about her book about her life.

Having read about her, and it, I believe it will be really interesting.

Which, of course, is true of lots of other Book Week Scotland events this week. Make the most of them!

I, on the other hand, am not interesting. I will no doubt walk past the Glühwein stalls again, see if I can avoid the life size Mickey Mouse I met on Monday, admiring the Father Christmas figure riding a reindeer past KaDeWe, and many other things I’ve already forgotten about.

Also have a potato peeler to find, along with some other items that Daughter – urged by me, apparently – has KonMaried away. Or, they just vanished into thin air, and will only be found when replacements have been bought.