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.
I’ve been getting active this week as I’ve finally run out of excuses not to exercise. My main goals are to feel more energetic, increase my stamina and improve my overall health and fitness.
This week, I spent a lot of time with my daughter making preparations for the 75th VE Day. We didn’t have any union flags so we made some red, white and blue bunting for our garden fence from some old plastic bags. I also printed some colouring pages for my daughter to complete and stuck them up in the kitchen.
First, I want to say a huge congratulations to the anthology authors of Voyagers: The Third Ghost, which released yesterday! I hope you enjoy this wonderful time. The anthology I was part of (Masquerade: Oddly Suited) is a whole year old now and I had such an amazing time working with the other authors to promote it.