I’ve never been one for entirely rigid timelines when I’m in the middle of writing, but when I do make them, I’m generally going forward with the odd trip back for important points in the past. Not so with the spellster series. To Target the Heart starts months before In Pain and Blood and a few others… Continue reading The Spellster Timeline
At the beginning of the year, I set myself a few goals to complete by the end. Of course, none of those goals factored in the destruction that was our kitchen (which is still missing details but is also now fully functional) or the two funerals on my partner’s side of the family (both his… Continue reading Goodbye 2018
The builders arrived today (hallelujah). My daughter and I had to leave super early anyhow because of the cultural festive her Kapa Haka group were participating in, so it wasn’t too bad. We were able to have breakfast in relative peace before washing up and packing everything back into the dining room. The kitchen as… Continue reading No Kitchen – Day 1
For those of you in the know, I’ve been living with a water-damaged kitchen for some time now. All thanks to a cracked hot water pipe back on the third of June. Yeah… Facebook tells me it’s been four months since I uploaded the video on it. The floor is… serviceable. Kinda. It’s like a… Continue reading …Really?
Originally posted on The Protagonist Speaks:
Dear readers, tonight with me is a spellster, eschewing the safety of the spellster tower for the freedom to roam the land. He’s here to tell us about his life in the army, about how his first scouting mission went awry, and the mysterious and flirtatious Tracker. Tell us…
No, it’s not about the kitchen, sadly. We’re still in limbo there. Those of you who are following my blog on the regular might’ve already noticed a few changes, mainly because I spent the better part of the day transferring all the information on my old website to WordPress. Even my domain links here now. The blog is… Continue reading Remodelling
So, in my last I post, we’d a very damp kitchen floor, courtesy of a cracked pipe. It’s been slow going with the insurance. I’ve not had much to do with insurers (beyond one car crash that wasn’t my fault and I mean literally, the guy hit my stationary car at 100km) so I was… Continue reading Well… that escalated…