September Wrap Up

September has come and gone in the blink of an eye. For me, September has been a month of trying to get back into doing normal things, following August throwing me off my pattern. Exercise, self-care and writing have all slowly come back into my day to day routine. It’s still very much a work in progress, but I feel more like I’m getting back to good creative habits.

Given this, it’s been a little quiet on the blogging front this month. I’ve been trying to focus on keeping my newsletter going and adding some words to my ongoing novel project instead of blogging this month!

Writing on Caffeine – Building Urban Areas

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This month’s posts

I’ve been catching up on my blogging this month (especially my flash fictions!). If you’ve missed any posts, here are all of my blogs from this month.

We’re not going that way

“Why not?” “Why not?!” Favian’s voice rose another octave, “because I don’t want to die, Renglat. I like all my limbs on me, not in the mouth of some gods forsaken creature.” Renglat sighed. The Bard was trying at times, but when it came to decisions like this, he was almost insufferable. “The alternative,” Renglat … More We’re not going that way

What else I’ve been up to

I’m still working my way through The Liveship Trilogy by Robin Hobb. As I’ve been commuting less over the past month, my reading time has slipped away. However, hoping to make more progress in the autumn!


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