Friday, November 21, 2014

A Week Of Treats With Progress & Excitement

This week has meant an extremely unfortunate lack of hours at my day job. With it entering wintry months we get fewer and fewer customers, so, yes, it’s totally understandable not to get as many hours, but that doesn’t make it any easier on my bank account or the fact that Christmas is blooming over there on the horizon.

As you may have guessed, I really like Christmas. In fact, my tree is up and I have a new Christmas jumper, which is green with a foxy on it! But you can see that…

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Clementine, Novel News, Prices, & Presents

As you may remember, Clementine is my new laptop. She’s doing really well so far – even though I’ve loaded her up with all of my junk!

Battery life is amazing, which is contributing to large amounts of work completed on Forgiving Zander, the second instalment of the Survival Trilogy that I’m writing. Of course, the first book is Breaking Cadence and that one is already out ready for you guys to purchase. You could even gift it on Amazon for Christmas.

I’ve been trying to keep my progress on Forgiving Zander updated on my little wordcount bit on the right hand side of the blog. Currently we’re at 6, 347.

Wednesday, November 05, 2014

Cold, Halloween, Teddies, Discord & Cadence

Those of you who follow my twitter or facebook accounts are probably aware that I’ve been feeling incredibly ill lately. It’s just a cold, but it’s a cold that has basically taken me to my knees and made me feel like death warmed up. The worst bit was that I started getting ill on Friday, which, as you know, was Halloween/Samhuinn/Samhain.

You probably also know that I was planning a party for that night. And with people putting in so much effort to make some amazing costumes, I couldn’t cancel it at the last minute.

Don’t you think they all looked absolutely fantastic?

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Wolves, Plot Bunnies, Decisions & Halloween

You may or may not be aware that Baying For Blood is pretty much finished. Next week will hopefully mean cover designs and such for it and we’ll be well on our way towards its release, which is so unbelievably great.


I’ve been working on Baying For Blood since I finished Breaking Cadence back in March of this year. As the sequel to Preying On Time, it’s been a long time coming, yet it’s also the probably the fastest I’ve ever finished writing a book.

I’m hoping that this sets a precedent; meaning I can finish more books over all and still to a high standard in a shorter amount of time. Winter at work is likely to be quiet, bringing fewer shifts and more periods at home where I can carry on writing.

And what exactly will I be writing next?