Friday, December 4, 2020

Work in Progress Reading Sunday

Oh! This year is winding down so fast. One thing that can certainly be said for 2020, at least from my perspective, is that it sped by. There is still too much to do. I'm totally overwhelmed, but here's a quick summary of my recent activities.

The Ladies of Norland already has some strong reviews! That probably makes it my most successful Twisted Austen book to date, and it's not even P&P based. Usually, I beg for reviews of these stories. Feels like a little miracle.

This year was my sixth time attempting NaNoWriMo and the first time I didn't meet the 50,000 word goal. Nowhere even close. I did, however, manage to do some good work editing Tales of Less Pride & Prejudice. I'm reading from one of the new scenes on Sunday as part of the first Work in Progress reading organised by the JAFF Writer-Reader Get Together folks. Registration is free and still open if you would like to participate. As well as myself, Newton Priors, Elizabeth Ann Schilling-West, Nicole Clarkston, Sarah Courtney, and Shannon Winslow will be reading, followed by an hour of open chat. Should be a blast.

My attempts at blog revival really stalled in November. I will try to get some proper posts up this month, but December is always total chaos. My good intentions might be subverted to the season. Just in case, I'll grab this opportunity to wish everyone a wonderful holiday season and happy New Year. My best wishes to all.

Note: This post has been updated to correct the day of the reading.