Look, here I am…posting. I know, my schedule’s been irregular and pretty patchy, but that’s how life is at the moment, and I just ask that you bear with mefor now. 😀
Today, I thought I might just give you a general update/ramble on how my writing is going at the moment, because I haven’t written one in several months and a lot has happened.
First up, updates on Wattle Fires. Most of you will probably remember my unfinished fantasy novel from NaNoWriMo last year.
Well, good news is…I finished it! I left it from December 1st, until about February 28th. And then, on a whim, I decided to write a few more words into it. And then I kept going. Before I knew it, I’d added 40k extra words and finished it. Continue reading
There are some musicals in the world that get their due amount of credit. There are some that get more credit than they deserve…
And there are some that are just so underrated it should be a crime.
Today, I’m going to dramatically share with you 5 musicals that I believe are criminally underrated and never got the attention they deserved.
#1 Artus Excalibur
We’re starting off with one that is underrated in both German-speaking countries, and basically every other country. I discovered this musical a few weeks ago and completely fell in love with it. As a bit of backstory, I love anything to do with King Arthur stories, and I love the music style used in this musical. Continue reading
I’m still catching up on those millions of tags I got when I was on hiatus, so since I’m not quite back into the swing of things (I completely missed a post last week??) I’m going to give you a nice, quick, 20 Questions book tag (thanks to Jen, I’m fairly sure, for the tag)
So, uh, let’s go.
20 Questions Book Tag
- How many books are too many in a series?
Personally, once a series has gone over seven books, I’m unlikely to continue reading. Four books is my sweet spot, but I can do a little longer if I really like the characters/plot, but over seven I just get fed up.
- How do you feel about cliffhanger endings?
Not a fan really. I like each book to be able to stand on it’s own. Besides, who likes waiting a whole year for another book when the last book ended on a cliffhanger?
Well, I’m back.
I’ve just been off on a relaxing hiatus and I’m returning with a stack full of tags and new post ideas! Before we get started, here are a few things that I should let you guys know:
- I’m changing my posts to Mondays after today. It’s just a day that works better than my current scheduled day of Saturday.
- I’m hoping to get around to redesigning this blog. But don’t hold out for it happening too soon.
Now, today’s post is part of a new project launched by the amazing Jenna Terese.
It’s called Project Inspire and it’s a great tag full of positivity and thanks and I’m so excited to be doing it today. Here’s the rules:
1. Thank and link back to who’s blog you first saw the tag on; link back to the creator of the tag.
2. Answer the questions given (when you mention a person in your answers, link to their blog/website if they have one)
3. Include 5 of the biggest things you’ve learned about writing, and how they’ve change you.
3. Don’t tag anybody. 😉 We want as many people as possible to have the opportunity to take part in this. So at the end of your post, leave the open invitation to any of your readers that wants to do the tag.