Happy Sunday morning from chilly Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Or maybe we’re in Antarctica? It’s certainly been cold enough for that recently. I’m typing this in my pyjamas, with a hot cup of tea in a thermos, trying to ignore the zombie-apocalypse climate so that I can hopefully string a few words together. Tomorrow the kids… Continue reading Watching The World Go By
For those of you who don't know, NaNoWriMo is short for 'National Novel Writing Month.' It's where, for the month of November, participants attempt to produce 50,000 words worth of novel manuscript. They share their progress and experiences on the website, and have the opportunity to connect, encourage and share with like minded people from… Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2019
When you write a book, it's amazing. Or at least, I find it amazing - a sense of rightness, of knowing that this is what I'm meant to be doing. I'm not really me if I'm not crafting a world, a story, pushing characters and polishing sentences. It's hard work, but it's the best kind… Continue reading A Dose of Adulting
It’s that time of year again. In my family, birthday season starts in June, and continues on through to the end of August - with a sharp interlude in January. With Orion’s birthday on the 21st of July and Piper’s on the 29th of July, there’s been an awful lot happening in my house the… Continue reading Birthday Season
I honestly had plans to write something fun and creative this week, but I forgot one very important thing - the school holidays are here! I adore the school holidays. ADORE them. Having my two beautiful babies home with me every day and no reason to leave the house? What could be better? Still, the… Continue reading Attack of the Holidays
It's official! Sorcery and Stardust is less than a week away. Six whole days, to be precise. With the release approaching, lots of fun things have been going on. On the top of my list has been receiving my first batch of hard copies! Whilst I love the convenience of digital and have a kindle… Continue reading The Final Countdown
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