Day 30, NaNoWriMo 2016

Last day! How goes it? Are you glad for NaNoWriMo to be almost over? My word count is now at 71,735. How’s yours?

So for the final day, I’ve chosen another picture that I took it at the North Carolina Botanical Garden. Check them out here if you’d like to donate or visit the gardens. Enjoy!

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Day 29, NaNoWriMo 2016

The second to last day is here! How goes your word counts? I’m now up at 69,731 words. I’ll break into 70k today and this one’s not looking even close to being done.

I’ve shared this picture before for NaNoWriMo inspirational pictures. I have always enjoyed it. I took it at the North Carolina Botanical Garden. It was part of their Sculpture in the Garden that they put on every year. Check them out here if you’d like to donate or visit the gardens. Good people. Enjoy!

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A New Review of “The Cliffs of Connemaigh” – 5 stars!

I received a new review and rating yesterday on “The Cliffs of Connemaigh”.

It’s from Ian Smith and here it is:

The plot thickens and it kept me hooked!

“This story isn’t one I would normally choose, but this is a twist on the usual fantasy. In this world, Elves are real characters, and magic takes time and effort to master.

It picks up from the first story, “The Autumn of the Whitewood”, and you really need to have read that to understand this world, who everyone is and what their relationships are. There’s a fairly large “cast” of characters, and several interwoven plot threads. I immediately found myself engaged and wanting to read on, as I didn’t guess all the twists and turns.

Be warned – this author is very good at winding up the story at the end of a book, and offering a tempting view of the story in the next! Please, please, please get a move on with the third one…

I bought this book from the Amazon UK site.”

Thank you, Ian!

“The Cliffs of Connemaigh” can be purchased here. The Cliffs teaser