This is where the mystery of “How does she do it?” (you know, for all the millions of you out there that are wondering) gets revealed.
Some are oldies, but goodies. Some are brand new posts so keep checking back!
In honour of my (semi) new blog, here is a note from Natalie Flemming who was also once inspired to start a blog:
In Uncategorized on December 1, 2010 at 9:15 pm
Here I am, Natalie Flemming, a blogger. I never thought this day would come that at a single touch of a button I can share my thoughts, my feelings, my accomplishments with the world! I mean, who knows who could be reading this right now?
Johnny Depp, if you are reading this right now, I love you.
At first when Mum suggested I do this to get myself out there I thought she was crazy (actually I thought she only suggested it so she would know what I was doing everyday), but now I think she might have been on to something. Look at that girl who wrote the blogs about that chef and now has a huge book deal. I can’t remember her name… but the fact is she’s famous isn’t she?
And now everyday I will write witty, comical things and someone will make me famous. (Please note if you are a talent agent I have not specified what I would be famous for- I am very versatile- like Jennifer Lopez or that girl from the telly that does all the infomercials.) I really can do anything- except perfume lines (I’m allergic).
And group singing- I would prefer a solo career.
And nudes- not that I don’t have the figure for them. For religious purposes.
On second thoughts, if you would like to make me famous you can just blog me the details and I will blog you back.
Wow, one entry down. Just my whole life to go now!
Upon This Rock I Will Build My House
How writing is like building a dollhouse for your daughter. Once you read it, it sort of makes sense, ha!
I love audiobooks, both as an author and a reader. Here I share why, and what some of my all-time favourites are!
My approach to the price of ebooks as an author and reader are different, here I explain why.
The secret of getting your novel done.
The motivation for doing what I do.