Good evening fair people. I hereby announce that I have received a second nomination for The Liebster Award (just shows how awesome I really am). If you are unaware what this is, why don’t you read my previous post on it? Not that dedicated are you?
I know I’ve not written on my blog for a while, but I’ve been extremely busy writing my second novel and preparing my new series, the first of which will hopefully be going live at the end of May. But fictional writing is not the reason behind this post, as you will see from the title.
Now that Invisible has been completely edited, I decided to try submitting to literary agents again. I’ve previously sent it to many agents already, with one giving a little feedback to say how well I write, which is encouraging.
We all know the story of Snow White but for those of you that don’t (seriously, you people exist?) here’s a ‘previously on Snow White’ recap (spoiler alert). Mum dies, dad marries an evil woman but he doesn’t know she’s evil. Dad dies and evil woman takes over the kingdom, makes Snow White’s life hell, fails in an assassination attempt and Snow White escapes to the forest. There she ‘befriends’ seven dwarfs before being poisoned by evil woman, only to be saved by the handsome Prince Charming and they live happily ever after. Up to date?
It’s finally Friday and I’m sat here, listening to Classic FM while doing some writing. Right now, Spring by Vivaldi is playing, which is quite apt considering it is the Vernal Equinox on Sunday and therefore the true start of Spring.
A while ago (well back in February) I was tagged into a post by Jasmine Carlisle, one of my faithful blog and Twitter followers. Within the post were a list of questions to answer, but not really had the time to do that until now.
It’s been a while since I did a proper update so quit your moaning because here it is
Well it had to happen one day and on Monday, it finally happened. It was the end of an era.
I’ve always loved ghost stories, the paranormal or anything that can scare the life out of you. I’m still actually looking for that one film that you absolutely hate because it scared you so much and you vowed never to watch it again.
I’m on a roll with book reviews now, this is my second this week and this time, I taking a look at Young Adult fiction, which is the genre I write about and the focus for this review is Ghost, the first part in the Hannah Brown Diaries series by Eliza Peters