The death march is over, the manuscripts are safely in my editors' email inboxes, and I can sleep in tomorrow.
This weekend I'm going to be appearing at the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate; in particular, I'll be part of the "Crime in another dimension" panel discussion on Friday at 10:30am, with Ben Aaronovitch, Christopher Fowler, Stuart MacBride and David Quantick. (Tickets still available.)
I hope to have enough brain cells left over to say something interesting on my blog shortly thereafter. But tonight I'm just celebrating the end of about three weeks in which I've had maybe three days off-work, due to carpal tunnel problems rather than actual, y'know, rest days. (It's a side-effect of the freelance lifestyle—work deadlines always show up simultaneously ...)