If you're wondering why I chose this Dan Hill song as my blog title ... I've always loved it. Lucky you! https://open.spotify.com/track/1nAexCn3dPoFSmE7h6P5S7?si=0a80a434baa74763 It's two sleeps until My Knight walks through the door. :)Yesterday I had to battle Amazon just to get author copies of [Leave a message] delivered to NZ from Oz. Today I received … Continue reading Sometimes When We Touch
After thinking about this for the longest time and having a few writer pals who do this, I thought, why the fuck not?I seriously have nothing to lose and could potentially get a cup of coffee. 🙂 In case you are wondering you can now buy me a coffee - just click the link to … Continue reading Buy me a coffee? Or tequila, whatever. 🙂
Last week was read an eBook week. Smashwords had a storewide sale. Jolly fun and all that. Everything is back to normal now. I noticed that killerbyte was downloaded a fair few times. Welcome to the world of Ellie Conway, new people. Lovely to have you aboard. 🙂 I'm feeling the pull to the new … Continue reading Strong coffee and mornings:
Today is a home day. I got halfway to the bookshop but felt like shit so I turned around and walked home. What I thought was hayfever might not be. We'll see.Something cool happened last night. Bestie sent a photo of her partner wearing a Vaporbyte (purple) shirt, and she has one too! So now … Continue reading Born this way.
Some day's it's like breathing fire other days you have lungs full of water. Then there is the magic. Words flow, characters come alive, scenes pop off the screen and you've created life. Those days keep the other days from burning your lungs or drowning you. I think the things that really keep me moving … Continue reading Writing is like breathing.
Mostly because for whatever reason my wrist woke me up during the night and just will not quit being super fucking painful. Doesn't matter if I use it or not. Same same. It's annoying AF.Another month before I see the surgeon. Here's hoping he can fix the cartilage tear and the other few things that … Continue reading My patience is at an all-time low