Sunday, 16 May 2010

Reading, Writing, and a Big Slug!

I’m now a regular guest author over at Evolving Beings, so there will be frequent blog posts with an introduction and link. I’m grateful for this opportunity. Thank you, Evita.

I’ve spent most of the last four weeks revising my wip, and hope to submit to agents in a fortnight. Wish me luck.

I've been up till midnight writing every night for the last ten days. This means I'm tired and have been a little grumpy. Thank you, Maree and Scrappy, for supporting me. I love you.

I love reading, but, lately, I haven’t had much time to do so. This needs to change. I ordered these books yesterday:

The Dead-Tossed Waves - Carrie Ryan
The Desert Hedge Murders - Patricia Stoltey
Peace Like a River - Leif Enger
The Reluctant Fundamentalist - Mohsin Hamid
The Field - Lynne McTaggart
The Biology of Belief - Bruce Lipton

Maree and I went for a bush walk and we found this!

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  1. Simon,
    I think that's great that you are a regular contributor over at Evita's site. She is such an amazing and beautiful soul. I know your additions there will just give even more depth and insight to what she has already created.

  2. What is that? A slug? Did it have that marking on its back when you found it? Very interesting.

    And congrats on your work in progress!

    Straight From Hel

  3. Hi Lance. Yes, Evita is cool, and I'm excited to be there.

    Yes, Helen, that's a slug, and the markings are natural. Weird and cool!

  4. Slugs are not my favorite creatures, so I happily let them go about their business with no interference from me.

    Thanks for ordering The Desert Hedge Murders, Simon. It's a bit lighthearted, so maybe it will help pull you out of the grumpies.

    And big congratulations on that wip. I wish you the best of luck with the agent search.

  5. Simon, thanks for stopping by my blog! My son and I were amazed by the slug photo. Fun stuff.

    You're right about the shower...ideas pop around in there!

  6. Julie, you're welcome and thank you.

    Patricia, I'm looking forward to reading it, and thanks.