I just realised that this will be the last Friday post before 2014, seems amazing that the year’s gone by already, but I’m totally happy that I’ve gotten to share some of it with all of you :). In that same vein here are this week’s . . .
1) Slowed down a bit this week and took stock of my path forward. I feel like I learn a lot through trial and error. It was good to look back and see where negative situations could have been avoided with my business and otherwise, in positive hopes that those mistakes won’t be repeated.
2) Sorting which stories I want to self publish and those I want to submit the traditional way, so that’s been a process in itself. However, the good news is that people have been asking me about part 2 in The Tenari Trilogy, so it’ll be awesome to give that to the fans in the early months of next year.
3) I plan on changing the covers of The Wardens season 1 in the new year as well, so working out ideas regarding how I want the new ones to look. What I do know is that I’ll be using photography this time.
4) Finally, the quest to a cleaner apartment continues. Everything should be tiptop by the end of next week Monday and I’m so happy about that. Heading into the new year with a new look and feel WOOT!
That’s all for today, I wish you all fantastic weekends and as the celebrating continues for the season, be safe and happy and share the good vibes with others :).
N.B: Those of you who’ve been with me for six months or longer, please note that the original Friday format has changed from featuring a blogger each Friday, to once a month. You can also read about some of the crazy things that have happened in my life using the keywords Jackie Reveals. Additionally, check out Caribbean Dos and Don’ts ‘here’.
Love contemporary fantasy? Check out Skins (The Wardens: Episode 1) ‘here’, Howl (The Wardens: Episode 2) ‘here’,Lust (The Wardens: Episode 3) ‘here’, Taken (The Wardens: Episode 4) ‘here’ and Cemetery Party (The Wardens: Episode 5) ‘here’ on Amazon!
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