This month the IWSG asks: “Authors across time and distance have had many reasons to write. Why do you write what you write?”
I returned to work full time this week after almost six months at home. The summer holidays were pretty good despite the Covid situation. We got to spend some quality time together as a family without having to run our online classes.
Fairytale Dragons from Dragon Soul Press, featuring my short story “Forged in Flames” is now available for preorder on Kindle!
This weekend I’m taking part in Dewey’s 24 Hour Reverse Readathon. Like the original readathon, the idea is to read as much as you can for 24 hours and any reading material counts (including eBooks, audiobooks, manga and reading to your children).
It’s time for another Insecure Writer’s Support Group post to boost my confidence and encourage myself to engage with the writing community. The IWSG post on the first Wednesday of every month. This month, I have exciting news about a short story-read on for details!
“Tongue-tied Toad & Fluent Fly” is the first in the the Mo-ral-lee Island series, seven enchanting children’s books written by Sav Sav and illustrated by Warwick Eede. Read on to discover the synopsis, watch a teaser video, see my review and meet the author and artist.
I did very little writing last month, but I did do a lot of “housekeeping” on my WiP that I couldn’t put off any longer. After figuring out my plot problems, I rewrote my outline and then started reorganising all my documents.