Thursday, 22 January 2015

Getting Personal: Hi, Long Time No See

So you must be like...yay she's back. Yeah...as you can see this is a bit awkward. Here is the quick story. When I got my new tablet I was excited. I mean how different would an Android be? Well it is plenty different. For starters a lot of web pages won't come up because of dark or too light backgrounds. Second the keyboard keeps disappearing making quite annoying to write. I can get online and I keep up on Facebook better than ever but blogging...yeah...not on that thing.

I have been also busy with my freelance work which right now is almost exclusively writing novel drafts for people. Trust me, there are people who want a novel just to start with and my brain is on fire. But I have gotten a bit of a rhythm now and recently access to a laptop I can actually blog on. As you know I hate blogging when I can't comment back and my comment status after my last January post was a disaster. Now I hope to slowly get back on track with blogging and being around you fine people outside Facebook Nation.

I posted this yesterday on Facebook because it made me think of my next book in The Missing Girls Series.


Yes, even fat people need to look out for kidnappers. Have a great day everyone and thank you for supporting my blog over the years. Also a special thank you to those who have written/chatted about  and shared the cover for Where is Sarah? Love you all and see you Friday.

12 comments:

  1. Sorry the Android tablet makes it difficult to comment. I'm the same way - I won't post if I can't comment back.
    Glad your freelance has taken off though!

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  2. Problems with technology. Problems creep up every now and then, especially when you really don't need them. Glad you should be back on track.

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  3. Gah. I hate technology. I had to get a new computer because my old one died and I dreaded having to figure out a new one. So I feel your pain.

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  4. I don't have a tablet, or many other gadgets that so any people have. I often think I need them to get more done, but then I'm glad I don't have to deal with technology problems.

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  5. Always happy to see you and catch up. I've missed you! Glad it's just a tech issue and not an illness or anything.

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  6. Hi Sheena-kay. That is wonderful your freelance work is booming. I do freelance formatting and it's feast or famine.

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  7. Writing novel drafts for others? You mean you give them ideas and they go on?

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  8. Sounds like you have been busy. I am sorry to hear you have been having technical difficulties! Good luck with your next book! :)
    ~Jess

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  10. Well then, I predict I'll never get kidnapped! Congrats on doing so well with the ghost-writing. How exciting! I hope you keep access to the laptop and we see a lot more of you around the blogosphere! :)

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  11. I'd be hard to kidnap :)

    I think ghostwriting must be hard. Like mind reading, except on paper/screen.

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