I am considering something I never do, which is writing a short piece of historical fiction. Ordinarily, I keep fiction on one side of a clear line, and history on the other. Maybe this is a sign that I'm recovering some interest in history for its own sake, and not just because it's what I have to do.
I'm also working on expanding a piece I wrote for my local museum about Beverley's minster. Apparently, it needs more on the architectural changes. Personally, I've always seen architecture as coming a rather poor second to the people in it.
I also wrote a piece of flash fiction yesterday, which is the first fiction I've written for nearly a week. To spark my brain into action, I had one of those "write down every story idea you can think of" sessions, to see if anything caught my eye.
Tom Holt's Blonde Bombshell remains good. No time travel so far too, which has to be a first for him. Have I mentioned how much I dislike time travel in stories?