I can’t believe November is almost over. While my days seem completely relaxed and peaceful, I have been so very busy with one thing or another, so the time has just flown by. I thought September was crazy, but October flew by before I could turn around, and November — we hardly knew ye! So what’s been going on?
My essay is up at Women Writers, Women’s Books on the need for Growing a Thick Skin if you want to create (includes using positive people as part of that skin).
I caught the Bloody Scotland on tour at Dundee Library; much fun!
As the hot chocolate at Henry’s Coffee House is my witness, I am a NaNoWriMo ‘winner’ with Knight of the White Hart which will be a Kit Marlowe novel once I’ve finished revising it.
More translations of Hávamál, the Old Norse gnomic poem of Viking wisdom over at Pagan Square.
The Weird Conference probably deserves a separate write up: I’ve just been too busy. Maybe tomorow —
The latest Fox Pockets anthology, Shapeshifters, has begun to garner reviews including some nice words about my story, “Carlos”: “This rather beautiful little story ends on a pitch perfect bittersweet note.” If you don’t know about the series, here’s the trailer: