Well - what to say about March? You all know the big news that's affecting us all. How are you coping during these times? If you've read my bio, you'll see that I've called myself a would-be hermit, and if I'm completely honest I'm mostly enjoying this time where I can actually be a hermit … Continue reading March News
January and the beginning of February was an interesting time for me, with some news that I thought I was coping quite well with, though in hindsight perhaps I was not... but all's good now (I think), and there were a few good things that happened that I want to mention: First, myself and two … Continue reading Belated Celebrations
The Next Big Thing – Blog Hop
Wow! I've just been tagged in my very first blog hop!! Thanks so much to LaVerne Clark for tagging me! LaVerne writes Romance and has two brilliant e-books published. You can find more information about her and her books at her blog: http://www.laverneclark.blogspot.com.au/ There are blog hop rules: ****Give credit to the person/blog that tagged … Continue reading The Next Big Thing – Blog Hop
NanoWrimo 2012 – who’s with me?
The people at National Novel Writing Month have released the Nanowrimo 2012 website today!! Nanowrimo is brilliant, and this will be the third time this year I have participated - having joined in the June and August Camp Nano sessions. If you're thinking about Nano but not sure if you really want to commit to … Continue reading NanoWrimo 2012 – who’s with me?
Six Sentence Sunday
A friend of mine, Kelly, who blogs at Black Wings and White Paper, has recently joined in Six Sentence Sunday - the idea being to share the first 6 sentences of a story. I thought I'd join in too. The following is the first six sentences of Chapter 26 of my novella 'Red Sky'. It … Continue reading Six Sentence Sunday
Affinity by LaVerne Clark – Review
Some of you may remember me posting an invite to the Online Release Party of the above book - Affinity by LaVerne Clark. Here is my (very belated) review! Affinity is a paranormal romance and I love that extra element to the story. It tells the story of Jenna, a woman of Japanese descent who … Continue reading Affinity by LaVerne Clark – Review