At the end of last week, I decided to gradually move all of my ebooks over to Amazon. However, before I could do that, I
I didn’t have chance to do any writing on Thursday evening, as the poet had band practice and I had to do the shopping. So
I started the year with great plans to catch up with the backlog and crack on with new stuff. (Wow, I got a dropped capital.)
In May I joined NetGalley. This is where authors and publishers may list their books, for a fee, which are then requested by professional readers and
I set myself the goal of reading and reviewing 52 writing guides over the year. Here is book 29. I didn’t know this one was
*** shameless self-plug alert *** I set myself the goal of reading and reviewing 52 writing guides over the year. Here is book 24. I
I’ve not been taking additional days off. I’ve been doing normal work stuff. It still needs doing, even when I have a book to write.
Yesterday’s work session began with me updating the raw text version of this Diary of …that will be coming out after it’s all over. I added
By Wednesday I started to get into the swing of things and was beginning to feel like a proper writer again, writing for a living
Tuesday was a much better, more productive day. I finished my chores thirty minutes earlier than usual, so was able to do some catch-up work
It’s been a week of ups and downs this week, and a very busy one as a result. But there’s some good news in here
I did say I’ve been busy … I’m delighted to say that Twee Tales Too is the latest to become available on Kindle. You can buy it here
I’m delighted to announce that not one but TWO of my re-branded, re-packaged and re-published books are now available in the Kindle store on Amazon.