What I’ve been writing this week
I’ve always felt a bit of a fraud, as if I don’t belong where I am or doing what I’m doing. It turns out there’s a name for that: Imposter Syndrome. Even people at the top of their field feel it.
This werewolf’s family has arranged to keep her safe. There’s a glitch in the system.
Tuesday The House
In the current housing market, you buy what you can afford, even if it is haunted.
Wednesday Simple Pleasures
Why should kids get all the fun? A poem about adults enjoying kid stuff.
Can you put a price on a human life? This contract killer can.
Friday The Visitor
Fanta is a very tired, but very happy dog.
Saturday Into The Void
In chapter 7 of The Venomous Void, Wendy, Frederick and the animals enter the void. They find something unexpected.
What I’ve been reading this week
- In her post This One’s for the Writers, Rebecca Frost talks about how much she’s written, both published and unpublished, prior to her “debut novel” being released.
- T. Maxwell-Harrison’s sad, evocative poem Broke Mirror
- I haven’t read it yet, but look forward to it: Andrea, Children’s Book Illustrator, in collaboration with more than 20 authors, has released Creative Gems Volume 1.
I haven’t read as much as usual this week. I’ve had to visit the real world for medical appointments, and some grandchild time.