I feel like I’ve learned so much new information over the last few months, my brain is in danger of exploding! On the writing front, I’ve expanded my knowledge down a couple of different paths. While I was in Melbourne in September, I went along to the Historical Novel Society Australia second ever conference. While
I’m curled upon the lounge with my laptop, enjoying the knowledge that I don’t need to go anywhere all weekend. Which is pretty remarkable when, looking back through my calendar, it’s the first full weekend I’ve been able to spend at home since late June! Last weekend was our writer’s group Xmas party. We toured
Today is release day for Elsie’s Place! It’s been a long journey for this book. I began writing it back in Jan 2013. It had a different name and a different storyline, but the same central character, Pat. A couple of months later, it had taken the basic skeleton of how it ended up. Twelve
Too long since my last blog post – my sincerest apologies! I don’t know where the time has gone. Oh wait, yes I do! August was a month of travel, with a quick trip to Melbourne to visit my sister, followed by the RWA conference in Adelaide and an extra week enjoying the sights.
Last weekend was chock-full of murder, suspense and mayhem. There were many fights, a few dead bodies, and a surprising number of dysfunctional detectives. Luckily it was all in our minds at the inaugural Write That Crime Novel retreat! Run by two fantastic crime / thriller writers, Jaye Ford and Wendy James, the weekend was