Books Read – May 2014

I think I’ve managed to set a personal record this month for how many books I’ve read, with fifteen titles on the list. Admittedly, six of those titles were short (novella length), and one was a graphic novel, but even so, I’m quite surprised by just how much reading I’ve managed to get done. A lot of this will be down to the fact that the company I work for has recently moved premises and instead of a ten minute walk to and from work each day I now have a one-and-a-half hour bus journey each way, so more reading time.

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Sunday Morning

So anyway, I’ve been doing a lot of the stuff that a writer’s supposed to do just recently, and I have to admit I feel good about it. Mostly I’ve been working on my current project, Hunter’s Moon, laying down foundations and framework, and building up the primary structure of the story. It’s been fun, and I’m looking forward to getting some feedback on it when I finally post it to Scribophile. I decided to get the whole first draft finished before I post anything more, so if you’re on Scrib and waiting for the next installment please accept my apologies for the delay. Hopefully the end result will be worth it.

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