Naturaly Suspicious of the French

Me and Lydia are off on holiday. Big house in France in a wood next to a lake. I’m told to be thankful if we find running water, so a wireless broadband connection seems unlikely. Hence, no posts until we return to the UK. What will I do without blog, MySpace and Facebook? Heavens, I might even get some writing done!

Should any mischance befall us, I blame Featherstone.

Published by Damien Walter

Writer and storyteller. Contributor to The Guardian, Independent, BBC, Wired, Buzzfeed and Aeon magazine. Special forces librarian (retired). Director of creative writing at UoL, published with OUP and Cambridge. Currently travelling the world and writing a book.

One thought on “Naturaly Suspicious of the French

  1. I’m sure there’s nothing – or nothing much – to worry about, Damien. I think you’ll be well catered for if you do fall foul of a psychotic local, or have an unfortunate accident in the lake, for example, as I understand Limoges has the largest cemetery in Europe, so I’m sure there’ll be adequate room for you…and you’ll be back on home soil to boot!

    A pity about the unfinished novel, though.



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