Most Exciting News In This Update:
BOOK LAUNCH! I have a pre-order date!
13th October 2017
Designed by the wonderful Racheal Ritchey.
Go visit her blog, and buy her books, and get her to design your book covers!
This is incredibly exciting and I can’t believe I’ve actually set a date and this is going to happen! 😀
Also exciting is the fact that I’ve now started my college course. This is a stepping stone into University next year, where I want to study English Literature and Creative Writing. It’s been my dream for years now and I am struggling to accept that it’s really happening. I’m also starting to apply for a real job – yep, I’m that well these days. I am excited, if nervous, about the challenges all this will bring, not least to my still-fragile mental health. I will be on my own, out of services, as of mid-December this year, and while that is definitely a good thing, it’s a little scary.
I hope that by putting one foot in front of the other, taking one breath at once, I will get through it all with the least drama possible.
I also hope to have passed my driving test and have a car by the start of next year as well.
- Elondria: I’m still typing up the second draft. So far I’m at 103,000 words.
- Concealed: In the very final stages of formatting, and almost ready to publish! *squeals with excitement*
- New project – Rabbit: This is going to be my NaNoWriMo project this year. It’s been in my head all year, and I’m excited to be finally getting round to writing it. I’m still brainstorming at the moment, I hope to outline in October, then write at least most of it in November.
Books I’ve Finished Reading:
- Am I Normal Yet? by Holly Bourne
- Fall Down 7 Times, Get Up 8 by Noaki Higosdashi
Interesting Internet Finds
I’ve been a bit slack in this department this month. Due to (another) internet outage at the beginning of the month, and then starting college, I’ve not had the chance to visit my favourite blogs and sities as much as possible. So only one this month:
- Living in the Light, Writing in the Dark, at Lemon Shark, written by the intriguing Sarah Brentyn.
Until next time, live in peace. 🙂