Why a list of weekend goals?

This weekend I have many goals to accomplish:

  1. Finish editing one of my characters story
  2. Complete a short story for competition – Furious Fiction
  3. Finish reading The Dragonbone Chair
  4. Mow the lawn
  5. Do the washing
  6. Build a bookcase; and
  7. Do some form of physical activity – walk the dog, run or ride my bike.

I want to be a weekend warrior – to achieve all these and have time for my partner is my definition of a productive two days.

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Dialogue in Novels

It’s that time of the week – Discussion Tuesday.

From those who are new, each week I post a topic (relevant to my WIP) and try to unravel the mysteries and perspectives of it.
Last weeks topic was Information Dumps, it wasn’t as engaging as the week prior (Profanity in novels) nevertheless it still attracted some engagement. But if you did missed out you can contribute on the link above.

For now, this week’s topic is:

Dialogue

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Friday Reads

Friday reads

Last #fridayreads I finished the second installment to Ian Irvine’s The View from the Mirror series ‘The Tower on the Rift’.

I will be reading books three and four, but not yet instead I moved onto a collections of fantasy short stories, the ‘Basilisk’. The thing I love about a collection of short stories is you can read a short story once a week or month, in no chronological order. However, I have not finished all the short stories but I moved onto a series I have been dying to read, before I finish Ian Irvine’s, is
Martin Middleton’s Chronicles of the Custodians series. 

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