Thursday, 30 June 2011

Hi Ho, Hi Ho, it's off to the studio I go ...

I'm out today recording the last of my String Bridge songs. But seeing as I'm not here, do me a favor and follow THIS NEW BLOG, for this new business BRIDGE SOCIAL MEDIA. They've written a really stunning article about me. I'm still blushing!

And please be sure to drop by tomorrow for a guest post from Melissa Kline whose debut, My Beginning, is launching. Don't miss out! :o)

PS: I am actually here, but I wasn't earlier. But I couldn't post earlier because blogger wasn't letting me sign in. All fixed now. Ugh. The beginning of this post seems so irrelevant now ...


  1. I am just loving seeing how fast things are moving for you!

  2. Thanks so much, Karen! :o) I really appreciate that.

    Talli, recording is done and dusted. SO relieved. Going to be a kick-arse album!!!

  3. Very cool- Good Luck with your recordings!

  4. Hi Jessica .. loved the trailer and your song .. it's gorgeous .. I wanted to leave a message over at Bridge .. but couldn't - as the comment box doesn't pop up.

    All the very best though - and the novel ready to go - that's great .. as Alex says .. you are so talented - but more importantly you're making the most of what you've got.

    Have a happy weekend .. Hilary


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