Just go do something completely different for a while - look at the stars? Bake a cake? Drink tea? xx
It's taken a while to access the comments, but I must have got your message telepathically Freda! I saw the moon rise and drank tea... x
Let me make your tea! Please! Please! Please!
Agree with Freda...it's time to step back & do something completely different. But isn't it so frustrating??
The Shropshire novel I read was A Most Novel Revenge by Ashley Weaver. There was just a mention at the beginning that Amory & Milo were traveling to Shropshire for a weekend party. Not many books that I'm aware of go to Shropshire...it made me think of you.
Your microwaved tea would definitely have taken my mind off the frustration Cathy! :-) I think I've only ever read one book set in Shropshire and that was a children's book. I know my Grannie used to enjoy the Brother Cadfael novels by Ellis Peters which are historic murder mysteries set in Shropshire, but I confess I've never read them.