Can you describe an ordinary day?

My husband Gordon Snell and I get up at about 7 am in our little house 15 kilometres from Dublin. We have a big study up a spiral staircase in a lovely bright room and we try to be at our desks before 8.30am.

We are both writers so we have plenty to do including answering mail, sorting things out and getting on with whatever work we have on hand. We work until lunch time then try to have the afternoon free for reading or going out. In the evenings we go to the theatre, play very bad Bridge with friends, watch television or have people in for dinner.