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Camp NaNoWriMo update – Day 18

Camp NaNoWriMo update – day 18 – slightly under today’s target but still managed 1250 words bringing my running total to 29,700 words. I’m enjoying the edit. The second book in The Ancient Aliens series re-edit is almost complete. Then … Continue reading

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Camp NaNoWriMo and how to survive coronavirus

Camp NaNoWriMo has provided a Self Care checklist daily leading up to starting the month of April with your project. I’m editing again as I’ve several manuscripts that need shaping up. I’ll be updating as I go. It appears that … Continue reading

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Somerset StoryFest has been cancelled

Usually, at this time of year I post the exciting list of authors sessions I intend to see. That was what was going to happen tomorrow. I was to see Ursula Dubosarsky, TC  Shelly, Jess Hill, Bruce Whatley (I was … Continue reading

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Writing Prompts courtesy of Melissa Gijsbers – Author

Although Christmas is over I’m still celebrating being alive. Catching up with friends and enjoying the laughter. You may have noticed I haven’t finished this challenge yet. The prompts below are the ones I’ve yet to tackle. I’m planning on … Continue reading

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My Year in Books 2019 wrap up

This is my Goodreads year in books. I aimed to read 45 books having struggled to read 40 last year and I’m happy to say I managed to read 50 books and still have a couple more to go. These … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo Update – Day 20

I haven’t been updating daily but I’ve been going well. I’m editing and with the 1 hour for 1000 words equation I’m now up to 43,550 words. I’m on a final compare edit to fine-tune anything else I might have … Continue reading

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Spooktacular Stories launched…

The Spooktacular book launch yesterday 12th October 2019 was great fun. Lots of book signing, kids activities, face painting and best of all l met many talented creative people who inspire me. Here are some pictures courtesy of Maria of … Continue reading

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The final countdown has begun…

Yes, we are nearing the end of our temporary living arrangements. It’s been a busy month. We now have packed up and moved out of our old home in Robina. Lived with laughs and fun times with our friends in … Continue reading

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Madly moving

One thing I’ve learned over the last few weeks is that packing is a big job, especially when you’ve been in one place for over twenty-four years. I’m on the downhill run but now at the point, I can’t put … Continue reading

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Somerset StoryFest Report – part eight

Somerset StoryFest report 2019– part eight Now the best part of Somerset is there are times you can get more bang for your buck by going to panel sessions. The sure to be winners in my book. This year I … Continue reading

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