This a summary of the highs and lows of my writing this month. New Title You may have seen in other posts that I have renamed Jewel of the Sea as Ocean Heart. In my pursuit of self publishing I am getting my book professionally edited and I want the new improved version to be … Continue reading Writing Progress: January 2020
This post will share my ambition to traditionally publish and why that dream has changed to wanting to be an indie author. #indieauthor
I can’t believe it has been 10 years since I first wrote my novel. I’ve written countless other novels but this one I felt had potential. This one, I decided to take seriously.
You may have caught my last post of 2019 where I reflected on how last year went. As I welcome in the new year it’s time to set new goals. Oh my, some of these are big!
It is important to regularly reflect on your goals. Twelve months is a long time and needs can change. It also helps you to stay accountable and not lose sight of what you are aiming to achieve. This is why I check in on myself every three months. Here is how I am progressing towards these.
Here are my favourite photos from the Christmas Photo shoot at Little Wattsits Photography. My kids really don't like sitting still to have their photo taken. They are growing up so fast that it upsets me that I don't have more good photos of them. So, I booked them in for a professional photo shoot … Continue reading Happy Holidays
On Saturday, 30 November 2019, I attended the Suffolk UK Planner Meet up.
People say I’m hard to buy for but its codswallop! I’m passionate about my writing making gift buying a doddle... if you understand what writers want. If you are looking for ideas to gift the writer in your life you’ve come to the right place.
You may have caught my previous post where I reflected on my progress so far this year towards my annual goal. As we enter into Autumn, I am evaluating where I am at and setting myself some new goals for the next quarter.
It is important to regularly reflect on your goals. Twelve months is a long time and needs can change. It also helps you to stay accountable and not lose sight of what you are aiming to achieve.This is why I check in on myself every three months. Here is how I am progressing towards these.