Today marks 1 year since I released my first self-published novel, Letting Go! Happy book birthday to me! I can’t believe I’ve been a published author for a whole year – and released an additional 3 books in that time! I’m so grateful to everyone who has read my books, bought my books and encouraged me
Over the weekend, roughly 450 Scouts from Hunter and Coastal region were dropped into the Wallaroo State Forest. Carrying full packs with all food, tents etc, patrols of between 4 and 8 Scouts had to navigate their way around the forest to four different Regional Activity Centres (RACs) based around a warrior theme. Each RAC had
Almost a week ago, Return to Jacaranda Avenue launched into the wide world. I’ve been reflecting on some of the differences between launching a self-published book like my previous ones, and this one through a publisher. I have to admit, I’m more nervous with this one than I have been for some of the others.
I’ve been a bit lost in my writing recently. I’m still in the early part of the story so I’m getting to know the characters and it’s been a hard slog. With school holidays etc, my time was fragmented and I’ve been feeling like I’m wandering in the bush without a map, compass or GPS!
Chasing Dreams released on 31st March but somehow, in the hustle and bustle of life, I missed blogging about its release day! I did remember to send out a release announcement via my newsletter, so sign up to get the latest. Can they score a love match the second time around? Almost twenty years ago, Belinda