It has been a while since the last post. I've been busy with many, many things.
First of all, I have had Angel in Training with the editor. It's still there, but should be finished soon, which will mean samples and excerpts can be shared soon. It's been interesting to read the comments - mainly because I have read this myself so many times now (on my kindle, on my phone, two printed versions, and goodness knows how many on screen times) and I still managed to miss things. Hopefully, this will now mean a polished, error free manuscript for all you lovelies.
I have tracked down someone to do my cover, and she should be working on that soon. I'm so excited about it - her work is beautiful. When I have a clue when it will be finished, I will share the artwork with you. And her details (call me selfish, but I don't want to give anything away!)
Outside of writing, the academic year has started and Freshers have hit Hull. For me, that means the DJing has started up again. Honestly, you have no idea how much I miss this during the summer. There's nothing that compare to the moment when you put a song on and the room goes wild.
Friday night I was asked to do the commercial side of a Silent Disco. If you've never been to one before, it's where the people attending wear headphones and have the option of switching between two channels - mine (commercial, cheese, dance) and the other had indie and rock on it.
The highlight of the week for me, it beat out the Tower Beach Party (Tower is the name of the night I DJ, the Beach party is the first one of the year, and what I usually consider to be my best night of the year), which in itself was epic - over 3000 people through the door and such an amazing atmosphere.
Actually, it was one point in the night. I put on a song. The song received a ridiculous cheer. Then I had the entirety of the club singing along, complete with dramatic arm movements. The song, you ask?
Let it go.
No kidding - the whole room.
And yes, I was singing along, doing my best Elsa impression too.
The thoughts and musings of an author who can't get her brain to shut off.
I don't like rating books. I think a 'good book', much like 'good music', is subjective.
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