I’m currently back in England visiting friends and family, so I’m taking a little break from blogging. Travelling and being around so many people for extended periods takes a lot out of me.
There will be no post on Sunday either but I’ll be back on Monday.
There will be a delay in replying to comments, but I always appreciate that you guys take the time to message me. I’ll reply when I get back home.
Sorry guys, no post today.
Both yesterday and today I was rushed to hospital. That’s 3 trips in just over a week.
I’m still recovering and it put me back so I never got this post finished. Wednesday’s and Fridays are already done.
I may be slow to reply to comments, have patience with me.
Thanks for your understanding
Today I thought I’d share with you some of the themes and tropes I’m tired of seeing in books. Obviously, these are just my own personal opinions and I know other people may enjoy these same tropes etc. They just aren’t for me.
2018 has finally come to an end and honestly, all I can think is “thank goodness” because this has not been a great year.
Writing is often considered a lonely profession, and while it’s true that it’s a solitary task, it does not have to be lonesome. Even a socially-awkward, highly-anxiety-ridden person like myself, can make connections within the writing community.
I got a lovely surprise in receiving the Sunshine Blogger Award. This award is given to creative, positive and inspiring bloggers. So, I want to give a super shoutout to the awesome Lorraine Ambers, who is a great writer and friend. Thank you!! Make sure to visit her blog, it’s full of really helpful and interesting posts.
So, just what is your responsibility as a writer?