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Life, complicated at best

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When we look at aspects of life, it is noticeable that at best it’s complicated, nothing is ever straightforward, and nor is it simple. I find that life chucks many challenges our way, sometimes it crumbles us to the ground, while other times we dust ourselves off and carry on going.
I’ve had this debate with myself many times over the years, its brain numbing, you won’t ever win the debate, it will be a continuous thought: Do I give up, or do I carry on? Such a simple question, and depending on the circumstances, it will send you mind on a weird ride. Sometimes it will be easy to give up, but then again, it’s just as easy to stay strong and carry on. I know this is dealt differently by every person, and understandably this is rightfully true, no one can deal with everything the same way.
I’ve had my problems over the years, sometimes it’s been easy to overcome, while other times have been very hard. But with that said, I have struggled through it all, and somehow it’s made me a better person; how I don’t know, but it has. Okay, don’t get me wrong, health like struggles don’t go away, but I’ve learnt to deal with those problems. But, that’s like us all, we all have to keep going regardless.
So, anyway, in between my ramblings there is a message. No matter what life throws at you, keep going, fight fire with fire, and come out a better person at the end, even if you get a few burns along the way.

An Absence from Writing

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It’s been some time since I have written a blog, and in all honesty, it has been a long time since I’ve written anything. Life has been very weird recently, but then again, it has been very hectic too. I had a health scare back in the early part of January this year, it was like a jack-in-the-box, sprung out from nowhere, and even after tests they never knew what was causing my heart to race; oh sorry, there was one thing they blamed and that was a medication I was taking to help me sleep, apparently if it is used over time it can do damage to nerves in the brain, which therefore causes other problems. After this scary event, I was told that I had to take a beta blocker every day of my life to prevent this from happening again; how enjoyable is that?

Anyhow, apart from the health problem, I’ve been keeping busy with the house move, which in hindsight, this move was much easier than previous moves we’d done before. The only thing that’s left to do is the carpets for the two main bedrooms, but that isn’t something we have to get done straight away. I’ve been living here over a month now, and I can certainly say it is very quiet, you hardly hear any noise, so it’s all a plus for me.

I am going to skip ahead to the important subject of this blog, and that is books. Now, there will be plenty more publications from me, but I am taking my time over certain projects. Many projects are being wrote at once, plenty of fresh ideas, and a lot of expanding on existing book series’. The one character I am looking to expand further is Mr. GIT, he is such a quirky character, never holding back his opinion. I wonder what he would be like as a detective?

The GIT series has always amazed me, he was loosely based off of real people, and somehow, I mixed them together and came up with Mr. GIT; such a surprise when you think about it. But, all-in-all, this little character has become a small success, the eBooks are downloaded every day without fail, and I couldn’t be more thankful. Now, let’s not forget, this series wouldn’t have been possible if I didn’t have the support from my co-author Steve Wright, which ironically, he is one of the people I based Mr. GIT on, so it is a pleasure to do this alongside Steve, his humour smooths off, and makes the eBooks complete.

Again, thanks to everyone who is supporting me during this time, remember I won’t let anything beat me, so keep an eye on this space because there’s plenty more to come.

Writing Method Exposed!

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Writing Method Exposed! – 4-5 August 2013

4 August 2013: Sunday

Sunday, is for rest!

Core …I’ve been tired over the last day or so. When I came to writing yesterday’s blog, I thought to myself ‘You’re tired, take the day off and get some rest.’ I think I was half expecting not to get the blog written because the evening was already in full swing, I was stuffed from dinner, and we were watching a film called “Vamps”. This wasn’t helped by the fact that my knees were very painful.

Today is what many people class as a day of rest, it’s where you have the excuse to lie around and watch mindless television all day. I’m thinking about doing the same because I haven’t got the energy to do much, I’ll just lie on my bed reading books with the television on in the background.

I wasn’t going to make this blog long today, the lack of energy combined with a low mood has forced me to make things quick and simple. I think the lack of energy has been caused by my ongoing digestive discomfort problems. There’s nothing I can do about it, apart from ride it out. So, on that uncomfortable note, I’ll speak to you all in the next blog.

5 August 2013: Monday

Finding your writing method!

If you’re an enthusiastic author like myself, you will appreciate how hard it is to produce new books. Some days the ideas will flow, and then other days it will stop dead in its tracks leaving you clueless. I’ve faced this many time’s throughout the years, and it’s only recently that I’ve found a method that helps my ideas flow. I wouldn’t say this is a proven method, it is simply something that’s helped me, so don’t go getting your hopes up and think you can write like a professional overnight.

This method involves reading many books, watching many films, carrying a notepad & pen, and finding the right level of peace so you can focus. The most important part of this, is to find your focus zone, if you don’t have focus then, you won’t concentrate 100%, and that will mean the information you’re trying to feed yourself will only be acknowledged by your brain to some degree. The best way to find peace is simple, you turn everything off, or in silent mode, and sit in a place that you feel comfortable with. This method of finding peace works in the daytime and nighttime, but I‘ve discovered that this method works better if you do it in the evening time (7pm onwards). Depending on personal circumstances in the household, it may be difficult for someone to find peace. Many people will have to use trial and error before finding the right level of peace, it isn’t something that you can accomplish overnight, but once you do find your peace zone, it will mean that you’re able to concentrate 100%.

Let’s carry on under the assumption that you’ve found your focus zone. The next part of this involves taking on many different media’s e.g, books, films, and documentaries. While you’re absorbing this media, it’s best if you do it over time, this will stop you from straining your mind with large chunks of information. When I read books, I read them over time, I read small segments and then I would take a break for a while. This will allow your mind to relax, and it will also retain anything you’ve read. Think of this like an exercise schedule for your brain, like any exercise, if you strain yourself it won’t be effective, but if you maintain the right level of exercise it will make you stronger. So, all you need to do is to find the right schedule that works for you.

Okay, so far we have concluded every statement I mentioned above apart from the last one, and that is carrying a notepad & pen. This one may seem logical to some people, but to others it’s something they completely forget or disregard in their writing process.  Take this scenario as a good example. Your out somewhere and suddenly you have a story idea, but you don’t have any way of writing it down. Now you have to remember it, and the chances are you will forget by the time you come to write it down. So, for that reason alone, I suggest you carry these items with you because it will prevent dilemmas like this!

So, there’s my method exposed. I do hope you all can take something from this to improve your own workflow. I am off to read for a while and then I’m off to sleep for a few hours. Anyhow, I needed to get this written down before the tiredness kicked in.

Well, that was a rude awakening, I woke up to the sound of scaffolding being erected outside our house. We knew all about this of course, they are fitting new windows to each flat, but why did they start so early? I was tucked up all nice and warm, and then I hear the clacking of scaffolding pipes. I thought ‘Damn, do those guys even sleep?’ There was no chance of me sleeping now with all that noise, so I got up and started my daily routine.

I was going to go out today, but the weather seems to be muggy, it’s hot, but overcast. We did have some spots of rain in the afternoon, but that soon changed. Anyhow, with nothing else planned, I’m going to lie on my bed and read for the rest of the day. Before I sign off, I want to recommend three books for you all to read. They are: A Place of Safety by Helen Black, Suffer the Little Children by Frances Reilly, Private Down Under by James Patterson, and The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith (JK Rowling’s secondary pen name.) These are very interesting books, and they’re worth a look! So, until the next blog, take care.

 

Moved, and Heatwave Remains!

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Well, after a long day of moving, I have finally settled down into my sister’s flat. The move was completed within five hours, and with my sister’s help we got my room arranged.

The first night was fantastic, very peaceful and I felt less stressed. Yesterday was certainly busy for me; moving furniture and sorting through boxes, at the end of the day I knocked out like a lightbulb. I can remember putting a DVD on before I fell asleep, but after that, I have no clue what happened. I guess all this moving around knocked the wind out of my sail.

When I woke in the morning, I was greeted with big smiles from Hannah & Amber (nieces). I don’t think Hannah expected me to still be there in the morning because she thought I was going back to my old house. I made one mistake last night and that was sleeping under my cover, the temperature has been a steady 20c all night and the worst thing was that you could feel the heat in the air. I can’t wait for the cold weather to come along, it’s been like this for a while and I’m starting to hate it with a passion. Many parts of the UK have been issued with a heat warning because they’re expecting it to be much hotter.

I eased into the day slowly, and just took my time. As always, I started the day off with a big cup of tea, I didn’t fancy any food yet because it was only 7:08am. The time flew by and before I knew it, Hannah was off out the door to school; I guess time flies when you’re having fun. Anyhow, with Hannah away to school, I decided to have some breakfast. A small bowl of cereal and two yogurts is all I had, it wasn’t anything big, but it filled a hole until lunchtime.

When lunchtime came along, I had to grab a quick snack because we were heading over to Tesco to get some food. I know my sister won’t mind me eating her food, but I always like to have other things. So, after that brief snack, we headed out the door into the heat. The heat was okay to start with, but after a few minutes of walking, it started to feel like a laser beam shooting across your head.

So, to be brief, after we finished up in Tesco’s, we picked up Hannah and walked home. Ever since we got back I’ve been entertaining Hannah, and somehow I wrote this blog at the same time. After the hot day I’ve had, I know I will sleep tonight, and this time I won’t sleep under the cover!

On that note, it’s time to sign off, but before I do, I need to make you all aware of a change I need to make to the blogs. While this heatwave continues, I will be writing the blogs every two days, this will mean that the blog will contain two days instead of one. This may seem silly, but it will give me time in between to rest. The next blog will be on Sunday, so lookout for that. Until then, stay safe and take care.

New Meds and Signed Book!

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Well, it’s been a few days and there are a few things I need to update you about. The first thing is my medication. I went to the doctors on Wednesday for a medication review because I needed a change in medication. To be brief, I was prescribed the same medication, but it was slow release. The medication I have currently is used for instant relief, but I felt that I needed pain relief all day, rather than every four hours. Basically, the new drug stays in my system for twelve hours and it slowly releases throughout the day. So far, this medication seems to be working, the only problem I’ve had is the side-effects. The side-effects aren’t bad, they just make me extremely tired and this affects my lungs.

This leads me on to yesterday. I wasn’t feeling too good, the side-effects from the medication were kicking in and I was starting to feel high. K text me to ask whether I wanted to go out, even though I felt unwell, I wanted to see my best friend because we always have a laugh and it always cheers me up. With that said, I changed my clothes and started to get myself ready to go out. I was going to get a bus into town, but dad offered to drop me off in the car. So, I grabbed my bag and headed out the door with dad. After a short car journey, I arrived in town. Before I met up with K, I decided to buy some paper pads and new pens because I was starting to run out. Buying new paper pads isn’t uncommon for me, I like to keep things organized, for example I have a pad just for writing ideas, and I also have a pad for each story I write. I know this seems like a lot, but in fairness, if I was to do it all one, I would get really confused and it would cause me to get very frustrated. I forgot to mention that I bought a new thesaurus while I was in the shop.

While I was waiting for K to arrive, I sat near a fountain with my new thesaurus and started to read through the different words. I know some of you will find this weird, but I started reading it from the end. When I was reading through the book, it came clear to me that I didn’t pay any attention to anything that was going on around me. I completely zoned out all the noise around me, it was like a switch going off in my head, I found complete peace while I was sat there. The only thing I could hear was the fountain behind me. As the water slowly trickled down the statue, it gently landed in the water making little scattered splashes, and as the wind blew through the fountain, I felt a gentle spray across my head. This spray was a delight, it helped cool me while I was sat in the beam of the sunlight. After sometime went by, I started to feel dizzy because the heat from the sun was starting to affect me. At this point, I decided to pick up my bag and find somewhere else to sit inside. The shopping centre has air conditioning, which means it will be much cooler inside. I found another bench near the bus station, and again, I sat and read my book. Time seem to fly by, and before I knew it, it was time to meet K outside the local Wimpy restaurant.

When K saw me, her first words were ‘are you okay?’ I said my usual ‘yea, I’ll be okay, it’s just my new medication. So, with that said, we sat down in the restaurant with our food. As normal we had a chat about different things mad had a laugh. I think I scared K at one point because I was talking away and then my oxygen levels started to drop, which started to make me panic. K became worried, but lucky enough, I regained my breath and the attack subsided.

Anyhow, to be brief. After we finished our meal, we went to do some shopping. This shopping lasted for a couple of hours and afterwards we decided to have a drink at Costa Coffee before we went home. I had a hot chocolate with a caramel shot this time, normally I just have a large tea, but this time I was in need of a sugar boost. So, after we finished our drinks, it was time to call it a day and head home.

Let’s discuss a different topic now, a few days ago I received a package from my best friend Steve. I wasn’t expecting this, but when I opened it, it contained a signed copy of “Rock Roadie” from Steve’s uncle Tappy. When I first saw it I thought ‘Why is Steve sending me another copy? I already own the book. ‘ Then it suddenly dawned on me, I asked Steve if he could get me a signed copy a few weeks before. The signed book now sits in a protective cover that is out of reach of anyone’s hands. I want to thank Steve & Tappy for the book, I know you both have a lot going on right now.

While I have this in mind, please can all my regular readers go over to Steve’s blog and give him some support. As I mentioned, he is going through hard times currently and I would appreciate it if you all went over to give him support. Steve’s blog and Twitter details will be at the end.

So, on that note, it’s time for me to sign off. Until the next blog, stay safe & well.

Steve’s information:

Blog: www.thewrighttimes.co.uk

Twitter: www.twitter.com/wrighttimesblog

One, can’t write a blog

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One, just can’t write a blog, he must think before launching his trail of words and destruction at your computer screen.

This is why I have been slacking on the blog lately, it’s been crazy here, I haven’t had time to really think, or even have time to myself. I’ve been spending most of my time recently packing boxes because I should be moving soon, don’t start panicking, I’m only moving up the road. So don’t worry, the blog will still be here, but there will be the odd occasion where I’m unable to write a blog. Now this won’t happen all the time, but this will only happen when I’m busy.

Let’s turn back the clock to last night. I was feeling particularly generous, so I decided to treat everyone to a takeaway meal, but it had to be something I liked, or else it would be a waste of money, and I was also paying, so it went in my favor. So, Laura (sister) decided to order the takeaway online, it was going along fine until the website crashed and decided to send me a confirmation email. Now usually, when a website crashes it disregards everything you have inputted, but this website chose to be different, and it decided to send me an email and cause confusion with myself and the restaurant. Anyhow, let’s be brief, I rang the restaurant and said that their website crashed. They were okay with it and decided to take a new order over the phone. I gave them the details they needed and put the phone down, at this point I thought nothing more could go wrong, but I was mistaken! The restaurant rang back and said my debit card was refused, which is weird because it hasn’t done this before. I gave them the details again and somehow it accepted. I don’t know what caused the problem because I rang the bank today and they said nothing was blocked from their system. The reason for checking this was because they have a system that tracks unusual transactions, to be honest, if it was this then it’s a stupid system because I buy food from McDonald’s. After all the confusion and forty-five minutes later, the food arrived, but it arrived with surprises. When we opened the bags, we were presented with a free meal and a bottle of Coke. I guess this was their way of saying sorry for all the confusion, which I did appreciate. Anyhow, the meal was fantastic and I will certainly be using them again in the future.

So, onto current events. As I said before I am moving and this should be completed within the next three to four weeks. The good thing is that I’ll have no down time because my sister (who I’m moving in with) has internet already, but like I said before, there could be a few days where I miss out writing the blog due to my busy schedule. Anyway, away from all this move talk. I went out with K again today, as usual we went for a drink together and talked a lot, and we also had something to eat together. Lately our usual stomping ground (place to go) has been a restaurant called Wimpy, I don’t know why we go here all the time, but I personally think it’s because of their good customer service, it’s always nice to see a happy face when you go for a meal, and it is nice to have staff that talk to you and go out of their way to learn about whom you are. Well, I don’t know if this happens at every restaurant in this chain, but at our local one this certainly happens.

After a quick meal and a drink, we had to go on a hunt for shoes that K needed to buy. I don’t mind going shopping really, it gives me something to do and secretly I like doing it as well, just don’t tell anyone, it’s our secret! I won’t go into details about the shopping trip because I’m slowly losing my voice and I’m trying to get this blog completed by twelve.

As you can tell it’s a jump cut moment because I’m trying to be as quick as I can. I think I’m going to start renaming these blogs to “clogs” and all this means is “Crap-Blog.” The reason for this is that I feel like I’m just doing the same old thing every day, there isn’t any change to my daily routine, or to my life in general. I guess this is like everyone, we all have a routine and it doesn’t change from one day to the next, but there are a few occasions where you get surprises in life. These surprises are like little Easter eggs waiting to hatch, they will appear when you least expect it, but when they do, they will fill your life with such happiness. Take this happiness with both hands and hold on to it because you don’t know when your next Easter egg will arrive.

Anyhow, I’m off to try to cure this cold and to get some rest. So, until tomorrow, stay safe and be well.

Gendering Books

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As an author I read many books, some could be biographies, fiction, or anything random that takes my fancy. Yesterday, I brought a book called Diary of a Married Call Girl, now when I showed my mother, she said ‘that’s a girly book’, which in theory she is correct, but does it really matter what type of books we read? Like I said before, I read any books, and I’ve even read 50 shades of Grey. I remember when that book was released, people were going mad for it, especially the women. Apparently it was meant to be a very saucy book, but from what I’ve read, I didn’t see what all the fuss was all about.

This leads to another thought, for years now men have been stereotyped because they buy dirty magazines, but for some reason this doesn’t work the same way with women. Even though the 50 shades of grey books aren’t graphical with pictures, they are graphical with their content. So the question is, what is the difference between the two situations? They are both graphical and saucy, so, I don’t see the difference.

The worst thing is, this type of material has been around for centuries, it isn’t anything new and people were making out that they hadn’t seen this stuff before. Both men and women have been buying this type of material for years, but back then it was kind of frowned upon, like it was some kind of secret. As the years have gone by, I think it has become more socially acceptable because we know it isn’t a secret anymore. Even young children know about sex and other things related to it, and sometimes they know more than the adults.

So, briefly, it doesn’t matter what you read because at the end of the day, we all enjoy different books and that’s the main thing. We shouldn’t put a gender label on a book because they are free for anyone to read. Anyhow, enough of that discussion, I think I made my point.

Anyway, today is Wednesday, which is the mid week, and it also means two days to the weekend. This has no effect on me because I have a busy weekend in store anyway, and unfortunately I have some bad news for you. Due to my busy day on Sunday, I won’t be posting a blog on that day because it will be too rushed. I hope you all done mind, but the reality is, I’m not Superman and I can’t make time just appear from nowhere. Wouldn’t that be amazing if I could?

What a busy afternoon I’ve had, or should I say frustrating! For weeks now I’ve been trying to publish my books to Smashwords so I am able to distribute them to other online stores. With every attempt I made, it failed because there would be errors in file, but today, I decided to put all my determination into fixing these problems, and I was in luck because the determination paid off. The books and now all listed on smashwords, and they will soon be distributed to every major online ebook store, what a big sigh of relief!

So, on that note, it’s time for me to sign off once again and I will catch you tomorrow.

Self Publishing for Everyone!

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Well, I’m back again. I’m sorry for missing yesterday’s blog, but due to sickness, I was unable to write anything, or do anything for that matter. Now, unfortunately I was unable to attend Mia’s birthday party yesterday, but thanks to my sister, we have some photographs to share on the blog. These photos will be in colour on the blog, but in the summer season of BloggyBook, they will be in black-and-white (I will put the pictures at the end).

So, what have I been up to? Well, apart from feeling sick, nothing much! I’ve spent most of the time writing out new ideas for stories, and I’ve also been thinking of new plots for the novel I keep mentioning.

Anyway, let’s bring this blog around to something more interesting. I’ve been thinking recently about the burst in self publishing over the years. This method has helped authors achieve success, without they need to be with a proper publisher. When I first started publishing my books, I was apprehensive about what I needed to do, at first I thought I needed to approach an established publisher, but this all changed when I discovered self publishing.

Self publishing gives you complete control, no contract, no deadlines, and best of all you control what you earn from your books! If you go with the right self publisher, you are able to reach customers from Amazon and other services. The best thing about being on the other bookstores is that your book is always in stock because it’s printed on demand, now this doesn’t apply to every retailer, but most of them offer a print on demand service that allows your book to be in stock 100% of the time. Some of the retailers will offer an estimated time of delivery, this will mean that they will source your book from your publisher or other retailers because they can’t offer on demand printing. This method of sourcing your book from other retailers is a standard practice for many bookstores worldwide.

So, what are you waiting for? Get writing your new books and unleash the potential you have to become an author. If a simple man like me can do it, then so can you! Don’t think of what if’s or maybes, just get yourself out there and start writing because it doesn’t matter if you fail or succeed, the only thing that matters is that you tried and gave it your best, and who knows? You may become a well-known author in years to come.

The two self publishers I recommend are Lulu.com and createspace.com (Amazon), I have personally chosen to stick with Lulu.com because that’s where I started at the beginning and I don’t want to leave them.

Anyhow, I hope you enjoyed my insight on self publishing, I’m going to sign off now and I will speak to you all tomorrow. As I promised, the photos will be after this paragraph.

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Amber at Mia’s Eighth Birthday Party

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Amber & Hannah (Sister Love)

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Mia, Granny, Amber & Hannah – Picture together

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Mia & Amber – Picture together

 

 

 

Third Person Writing Attempt

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I’m going to do something a little different with the blog today, and that is my attempt at third person speaking. I always have a problem with third person speaking, if you look at my books, you will know is that I write as I talk. It seems silly, but I’ve always written like that. Today will be the test of my third person speaking, so try not laugh when I get it wrong!

Attempt:

Johnny, always loves to play with his ball. He would bounce it everywhere, off the wall, off the ceiling, off the floor, and even off the window. Johnny’s mum would get very angry with him, ‘stop bouncing that ball!’ She would say. Johnny would just ignore her, and carry on bouncing his ball everywhere. One day Johnny’s mum decided to teach him a lesson, she hid his ball away from him. ‘Where is my ball?’ Johnny asked. ‘I have hidden it Johnny, I’ve told you many times to stop bouncing that ball!’ She replied. Johnny started to cry and went to his bedroom. He lied on his bed with his head underneath the pillow. After five minutes, Johnny’s mum went to see if Johnny was okay. She slowly opened the door and whispered ‘Johnny, are you okay?’ Suddenly there was a big moan, ‘No’ he mumbled. ‘Now, come on Jonny, I have told you about bouncing that ball around the house.’ She replied. Johnny slowly lifted his head from underneath the pillow and said ‘I’m sorry mum, can I have my ball back please?’ ‘Of course you can Johnny, but promise me that you won’t bounce the ball around the house again.’ ‘Okay, mum, I promise.’ Johnny’s mum handed his ball back and gave him a hug. From that day onwards, Johnny, bounced his ball outside.

So, that was my first attempt at third person writing, I do hope you enjoyed it and I hope I can do more of this in the future. I’m going to sign off now because I have a huge stomachache, and the chances are, I am probably going to be sick! Anyhow, until tomorrow, stay safe and be well.

Two Free eBooks

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Well, what a busy day! I didn’t even eat until 2PM this afternoon, that’s how busy it was. Anyhow, with that said, I have finally started offering free downloads to two of my books, one is an older book and the other is a recent book. The reason for making the older one free is because it’s only short and the time has come to allow me to offer it as a free download. When it came to the recent publication, I decided that it would be preferable to offer it free straight away because it will allow my readers to have something for free. So, you can now download those for free. Oh silly me, I forgot to mention which ones they were! The free downloads include moral rat and society judges, you can find links to those on the sidebar of my website, and the best thing is, they will remain free forever.

I’m sorry for the recent lack of blogs, Life is only been busy over the last couple of days and it has also been interfered with by this cold. I woke up this morning with gunk on my chest and a barking cough. This cold has certainly been ransacking our house recently, first I had it and then everybody else caught it, but then I wasn’t expecting to get back again like today. I think mine was mainly caused by an infection on my tongue, last night I stupidly bit my tongue and ever since it has been really painful, and not to mention it’s caused my throat to become sore. I’m sure it won’t take long to heal, but I’m not holding up my hopes when it comes to a quick recovery.

I was meant to do writing for the novel last night, but unfortunately tiredness took over. Talking about the novel, it seems like I’ve got stuck again with ideas. When I printed out the four pages, I started making notes down the right side of the manuscript. Once I’ve finished writing the comments, I started to write notes at the end about what could come next. I don’t want to give too much away because it will ruin the book for you, but I do hope that this writer’s block or whatever you call it will pass very soon. I think I need to follow my own advice, and that is to write anything random to beat the writer’s block.

Anyway guys and gals, I’m going to sign off now, I just wanted to let you know what’s going on, and I also didn’t want you to think I ran away or disappeared. So, until tomorrow, speak to you soon.

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