Writing Nook #10: Hebros Hotel in Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Perhaps a warning label would have been appropriate for this travel blog?
Something classy, not too showy?
Something honest and entirely direct?
Yes, well, have at it. I’ve only managed to come up with this (and an embarrassing amount of time it took me to scrape it together, too, I should add)…
Clearly, my brilliance lies in fields other than digital signage.
Anyhow, I apologize for my recent absence from this blog. The final edits of my 18th novel, The Hushing Days, have swallowed me whole these last few weeks. I have another month or so of work to do on the 100k manuscript, so updates will be sporadic for a while yet, I’m afraid.
Furthermore, today’s update will be incredibly brief. Pictures mostly, with my unerring foolishness attached as captions.
Nevertheless, I do hope you enjoy today’s spot of dreaming.
Now, on to this week’s writing nook!…
Simply put, this hotel is a charmer… and it is well within my price range. No room’s rent is greater than 79 euros a night. Oh, how my literary heart flutters!
As always, all pictures are linked to their source… http://www.hebros-hotel.com/index.php
An author of 17 novels with #18 in the works, I survive my chronic panic disorder hourly...
Ok, sometimes it's minute by minute.
Or second by second.
But I always do survive.
I pen a daily writing blog ("The Words and Madness of Chloe Stowe") and a travel/mental health series ("Tiptoeing Soul") here on WordPress. Please drop by! View all posts by Chloe Stowe