A short fiction piece, for anyone who has ever struggled to find their place in the world.
Confessions of a Chalet Girl by Lorraine Wilson My rating: 4 of 5 stars Holly is out of her comfort zone when she takes a job as a chalet girl to escape her demons, but she quickly becomes involved with her super sexy boss, Scott. However, he has a secret of his own, one which … Continue reading Book Review: Confessions of a Chalet Girl by Lorraine Wilson
A year has passed since I gave notice to leave my safe, full-time, permanent position as a customer service executive, to concentrate on bringing up my young daughter and focus on building my writing career. This morning, I've been looking back on what's passed in this last year as I head towards the end of … Continue reading Has it really been a year?
I've been steadily working on editing The Gateway these past few days, now that things have calmed down on the home front. I've even been able to work a little on my studies, slotting in a bit here and a bit there. Although it's quite possible I've overdone it slightly, trying to squeeze daily tasks … Continue reading Progress update and news
NaNoWriMo's done something to me. After all the hype and productivity and cameraderie, I feel as though I'm floating around not really sure what to do with myself. My focus this month was going to be on sending out articles and queries (which I have been doing) while sitting on my completed novel until the new year, when I can look at … Continue reading Another pep talk and some headway