For most pirate captains, the thought of joining forces doesn’t come naturally. But with the various towns friendly to them being burned to the ground, someone has to make a stand and unite them in the face of the threat. Captain Drake Morass intends to be that man, by any means necessary.
Following on from my previous post, I’ve spent some time since considering ways I can get some writing confidence back again. Then, during one of my frequent scrolls through my Twitter feed, I got reminded that July is the 2nd Camp NaNoWriMo this year.
I’m tired of the way things have been going lately, with regards to my writing and this blog post. And… Read more June Goals (& some covers)
Since I scaled things back a little for May, I only did two games; #authorconfession and #WIPTruthorDare.
This is a piece that I originally wrote as part of my attempt at a NaNoWriMo novel in 2016. I… Read more Story – The Fall of Belshamir
This post was written specifically for the #AuthorToolboxBlogHop.
Since May is Mental Health Awareness month, I thought I’d take the opportunity to talk about ways in which you can take care of yourself.
Despite some reservations, thanks to a rather unusual interview, Kendra accepts a job as a private librarian. Her new boss wants her to curate the library of the mansion he’s recently purchased, with particular attention to the occult section hidden somewhere inside. But, as Kendra uncovers more of the libraries contents, she comes to realise that the mansion holds even more secrets.
This will mark the first blog post I’ve written in three weeks. That’s the longest I’ve gone without contributing to The Scribblings since I started blogging again two years ago.
I’m going to try something a bit different for this month’s goals.
Time for another round up of how last month goals went. And, as usual, there’s some good and some bad.