All good things must come to an end.

And though this has been one of the nicest book festivals I’ve ever had the pleasure of attending, real life beckons.


4 thoughts on “Homeward bound.

  1. Jo Ashcroft 8 years ago

    Just wanted to say how wonderful it was to listen to you and Margo Lanagan yesterday. My kids and I loved Just in Case and have been meaning to investigate your other books when time allows. My son, his head in his latest Brain Falkner, even admitted that your ‘talk’ at the wordy day out was the most interesting and he would love to find out more about your books ( and the mall who went for a swim!) So glad you loved Auckland, thank from a Brit in NZ

    1. Meg 8 years ago

      Thanks Jo, so glad you liked the talk. It was very interesting for me too — I’ve been a big fan of Margo’s for ages.
      I hated leaving Auckland this morning, am now in Sydney airport waiting for the next leg of my journey home to London.
      Thanks so much for coming — it’s been a fantastic book festival, hasn’t it! xxmeg

  2. jackie morris 8 years ago

    Now look. Not only New Zealand but Margo aswell. And beautiful puppy eyes waiting for you when you get home. I am so jealous I have gone the deepest shade of jade.

    1. Meg 8 years ago

      To be fair, Jackie, I begged them to invite Margo so we could do an event together, and they did. And she’s fantastic. It was one of the all time great book festivals… yes, VERY lucky. And home now. Very confused as to what time it is.

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