So, since my last update, I’ve not written a whole lot. I’ve been busy with a lot of things, and the “pantsing project” [T] came to a standstill, because what-do-you-know, I do actually need an outline. I’m just not a pantser, I guess.
This is a short one. I’ve started querying literary agents for [SOPAB] on the 5th of November. Sent out a batch to 7 agents. We’ll see how it goes.
The next update will be a tally of all of the queries and their status for all three projects – [TEE], [OSAA] and [SOPAB] – I’ve been querying, I promise!
Well, it’s been a while since the last update–August–but not that long, luckily. There have been changes in my responsibilities at work I’m adjusting to, there’s been a pup in the house since the end of July that needs raising/training, and I’m planning on purchasing a harp in December and teaching myself how to play. My mind has been fuller than ever before. Continue reading
The end of a great series! Can’t wait to start it!
Very excited about these!
I came across Trevor Noah’s stand-up routines on YouTube after seeing some Daily Show segments and decided that I liked his brand of humour. Then I found out he wrote a book about his childhood in South-Africa during Apartheid. So I knew I had to buy it.
Born a Crime chronicles Trevor Noah’s childhood, teenage years and young adult year in South-Africa during Apartheid, where he was born to a black mother and white father.