This week’s guest post is an interview is my wonderful friend and author Ichabod Temperance. Enjoy!
This week’s guest post is my friend and author, the lovely Pearl R Meaker. Yes, Pearl has once again agreed to write for my blog and I love having her here. Enjoy!
This flash fiction was written when I answered a request by author, Katharina Gerlach, who wanted flash fictions were the main focus was a Tree. This was part of a Writing Advent Calendar.
In my continued effort to push my comfort zone, I am sharing this here on my blog as well. Hope you enjoy! Any thoughts, feel free to leave a comment.
Well as we slink towards the end of 2017, I thought I would do a wrap up as way of a last blog post for the year.
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The year started badly when my sister went into a coma. Followed shortly after by another family member going missing. Thankfully my sister recovered and the family member was found.
Then there was the closing of my office, meaning I was out of a job. Definitely put a crimp in my plans since suddenly money became tight.
We are still coming to terms with the change, but we have plans to get us where we want to be and we are trying to stick to them.
Sadly the year ended badly when we had to say goodbye to our beloved cat Marvel. She was over 16 years old, had hyperthyroidism and had recently developed a heart problem.
She took a bad turn last Saturday and was rushed to the vets, were we had to make the heart-breaking decision to let her go. Both myself and my partner were with her at the end, which we are truly grateful for but her passing has left us hollow.
I am fortunate to have the wonderful Kim Chance, author of Keeper, back on this blog. Check out her interview below.
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Interview with Kim Chance
1 – Have you always wanted to be a writer?
I feel kind of strange saying this, but no. Writing has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. I wrote some short stories and poetry as a kid, but most of my writing took the form of daily diaries and journals.
I still have a box full of them! Once digital journals became a thing (anyone remember LiveJournal?), I kept one all through high school and college. Writing has always played a key role in helping me process the world and my feelings about it.
I’ve been writing since I was 8 years old, so in that VERY long time, here’s some of the things I’ve learnt.