AUSTRALIAN DISCWORLD FANS:
Sorry that this post is pretty country-specific guys, but I have been sent on a recruiting mission:
We are currently trying to get the ball rolling for Nullus anxietas III, the 3rd Australian Discworld Convention, to be held in Sydney, 2011!
We have a core of half a dozen people so far, but are in recruiting-mode for people interested in being involved in the organisational committee for the convention. There's a lot to do, but it's going to be a heck of a lot of fun, and there are plenty of ways for responsible and enthusiastic people to get involved - our committee will be Sydney-based, but some positions can
You can tell I'm procrastinating when I make 2 journal entries in one day :B
Anyway, I've been cleaning out my room a bit lately, and have come across a pretty big bunch of postage stamps I collected when I was younger.
There are some from all over the world, a big bunch from Australia too (National Stamp Collecting Week in 1980-something? Cripes....), all in good condition, although some are still attached to part of an envelope (but not many). I'd estimate there are at least 250 stamps, some still in collectors packets.
SO, anyone here collect stamps??
Free to a good home, I'll post them anywhere in the world and cover the postage cost
It's almost the end of August, people .scary!
So, I've come up with a few things I want to achieve before the year is out:
Finish my re-enactment outfit for 12th Century Wales (I'm half way through a pair of turn-shoes and have a dress pattern ready, it's just picking out some fabric and making it now), and practise the longbow so I am a more competent archer for future re-enactment battles.
Finish the drafts of both my books-in-progress. One is written and needs illustrations planned out (it's a children's book), the other one is a novel and I'm aiming to have detailed plot outlines and character bios by Christmas s
Missing you Rhianna - but I have a headology thing happening that might need your involvement in the future, and it could all be done over the Clacks. You'll know which Granny W this is - HINT: the one you know best.