A quick update…It’s been a couple of weeks since I was immersed in NaNo, which turned into something totally different to what I’d planned! But more on that later. I wrote my 50k words by hand which has aggravated an old elbow injury, so been resting it, kind of.
This picture reminds me of our old Bertie, who looks just like this when he’s resting!
🤒Feeling: as if I’ve swallowed a bag of swords…even the kitties don’t want to get up. PJ day, like when you were little, cuddled up on the sofa wrapped up in a duvet. Hoping to scribble some words later.
It’s that time again. NaNoWriMo. No, not baby babble, National Novel Writing Month, if you please. This event happens every year, during the month of November. Thousands, literally thousands of writers use the impetus of participating in this event to… well write, of course. And the title is a little misleading, the target word count is 50,000 which some say Continue reading “Nano and Me”
The Promise handwritten rewrites are done. Transcribing will be my project for next week, after I’ve tackled our Italian Tax Returns… which will result in a whole different set of feelings (and language, I suspect).
As we approach the last few days of May the temperatures have been rising…time to water the orto; get the dogs walked early and sneak off to the beach for a spot of paddling, though it’s warm enough to swim! My target this week is to have the hand written edits on The Promise completed!
Got a great review for All Will Be Well and an article accepted for Motor Home Monthly…Yay!
A beautiful story told in a sensitive voice – this novel is set in WWII and is driven by two strong female characters. It charts their individual and combined development through the challenges of war. As the novel progresses they each, in their own way, become admirable women. There is nothing crass or predictable about this one. I wholly recommend it and applaud the author for the way in which the theme is handled.
The sun is peeking through the clouds this morning… spring must be on it’s way and Nell and I came across this amongst the debris this morning. Now onto sorting all the broken bamboo for burning. Simon is going to be one happy fire starter! Need to alert the authorities