Dear Readers and Visitors to the Kasbah,
Apologies for the late posting. I’ve been terribly busy, what with all of the new contracts I’m signing for more films in the coming year, not to mention the current filming projects with which I’m already involved.
The Queen tells me she’s had quite the week herself though it was difficult to decipher some of it in her email from the Writing Cave. There was something about how fun the Denver airport is, especially after an extended six-hour layover, how becoming an unintended guru for an intoxicated 25 year-old on the plane was interesting, and how her car wouldn’t start when she returned, thus stranding her at the airport two hours from home. But she did say the weather was good at the beach, her friends were lovely as ever, and she had a great time overall, so let’s all hope that’s what she remembers most about her time away.
Wow – it looks like there was a party going on in the kasbah this week. *adeptly avoids slipping on spilled salsa and banana peels* *wonders why there is a mechanical bull in the kasbah* *is grateful the bourbon is still in the cupboard to make more chocolate pudding*
No worries, readers. Your secret is safe with me.
I’ll just put on some tunes and tidy up a bit so the Queen is none the wiser to the shenanigans. While I’m doing that, you can listen to this week’s Writing Cave theme song suggestion, which also doubles as a great song to listen to while cleaning:
Since I’m keeping your secret, fair readers, I need you to keep
another one for me. I am secretly planning to make some minor changes to the kasbah as a gift to the Queen. Some upgrades, if you will. Just a little nip and tuck here and there, nothing the Queen hasn’t wanted to renovate herself. But let’s keep this between us for now. I want to surprise her with it.
Until next week, fine readers and visitors, if you’re participating in NaNoWriMo like the Queen of the Kasbah, best of luck with the continued word slinging and getting it all down on the page.
All the best,
*Editor’s note: The views, ideas, and opinions expressed in the Letters from Benedict series are works of fiction and obviously did not come from the actor himself. This series is just my way of expressing adoration for Mr. Cumberbatch and his work and is not intended to be seen or read as a true collaborative writing endeavor with him.