Regular readers of the Editor’s Diary will know it’s been a busy and exciting time recently, both at work and at home.
The “Friend” celebrated its 151st birthday with a fabulous cake, which perked up Monday morning no end!
While I’m a little sad to see the end of our 150th anniversary year, I’m looking forward to the next 12 months.
For a start, we have a new Warner holiday to plan! We’ll be hosting another “Friend” break at beautiful Bodelwyddan Castle in May. We’re already taking bookings — you’ll find details here. Hope you can join us!
We also announced our new Fiction Editor appointment this week, which caused no end of excitement.
Then, at the weekend, I headed for the beautiful city of Edinburgh.
The occasion? A much-anticipated concert by the legendary Paul Carrack at the Festival Theatre.
You might remember reading our interview with him in our January 4 issue.
And Features Ed Alex wrote a great article about what a pleasure he was to talk to.
He was also a pleasure to listen to! It was a great night.
The next morning dawned bright and frosty, and I took advantage of the good weather.
Before catching the train home, I walked down the historic Royal Mile to Holyrood.
I captured the sun just coming up over the impressive Scottish Parliament building for this week’s photo.
Hope you like it!
For more from Angela’s Editor’s Diary, click the tag below.