Still in the midst of editing my novel, which is why I have been an inconsistent blogger of late. But I have had a couple of days respite from editing and work to embark on something new - Wednesday walks of Sydney's coastline! Last week I walked from Bilgola Beach on Sydney's northern beaches, to Palm Beach at the tip of the peninsula. Then back again to Bilgola. It was 16km on this circuitous route). This week's trek was from Bilgola again. Caught the L90 bus to Collaroy, and walked all along the coast back to Bilgola. Only around 15km yesterday but there were kilometres of beach to walk along on the route (and quite a lot of climbing over rocks to get around the headlands). Perfect Spring Sydney weather to walk in!
Now back to editing. When it is over I will have time to blog about it. But since much of In at the Deep End is set on the Northern Beaches peninsular, I guess this is all related to my writing. Note the picture of the rock shelf, crevice, and the lime green algae. A similar scenario marks a very important turning point in my novel!
Narrabeen Rock Shelf