The Best Part of Breaking Up

The Best Part of Breaking Up

The Real Deal

The Real Deal

Friday, 11 November 2011

Fast Pass Friday

Shush! Look what I have.  My first cover - which is really cool. Hopefully there will be many more to come. So my story will be released in a fortnights time and I am really excited.  I hope it is successful. 

You should be careful what you wish for - how true those words are. What happens when your dream comes true?  Is it no longer a dream or does it become work (nice work if you can get it!) 

Ultimately you make new goals relating to the dream.  YOU DREAM BIGGER. 

I look forward to the moment I have all the time in the world to devote my life to my dream. At the moment I can't see the wood from the trees because of the work load I am under but it is well to remember that everything has a shelf life.
Joy passes.
Sadness passes.
Work passes.
Leisure passes.
Life passes.
Don't let life pass you by!
And remember love doesn't pass - and as I firmly believe in love a little motto that always cheers me on....

'If it is meant for you it will not pass you by.'

Keep dreaming and living folks.

Friday, 4 November 2011

Feet Dragging Friday

I've been bold and missed a Friday but you'll have to forgive me again for that. I'm procrastinating today - surfing the web and spending a useless hour designing my business card when I should have been doing a million other things.

NaNoWriMo began this week and so far I have written a grand total of 943 words. NaNo tell me I'll be done by May 30th! Oh the shame! It's bound to get worse as my day job workload goes into melt down from Monday.  I must be good and achieve a decent word count this weekend. I love the NaNo experience and would hate to fail.

In my writing cave chapter two of 'princey' is roughly finished and chapter three needs a good clean up which is being but aside in favour of my NaNo offering.

The Best Part of Breaking Up is an Australian offering with a rough and tough cowboy being tamed by a not to shy flying vet.  I've always wanted to write a story set in the outback so the November writing challenge is a good time to test the notion. 

My hero is Rafe McGraw a true Alpha Male who has little time for women playing at a man's job - he will learn!

My heroine is a little out of her depth but she is determined not to let the all important Rafe McGraw know it.

When they get together it will be sensational!

It's a pity I can't use the words in here towards my word count - see there I go again procrastinating - to get me in the mood I 'm listening to a little of this

and this

They have absolutely nothing to do with the Australian Outback but I'm enjoying listening to them anyway.

Perhaps by next Friday I will have reached the NaNo target - anyone want to bet on that?