Crazy Craft Sunday – ROW80 Update

2014-11-09 21.34.08It’s short and sweet from me this week, and when I say sweet I mean sweet. I spent the weekend with my adorable nephew who is a little shining star…he is Z-man πŸ™‚

Though I haven’t done a great deal of writing, I have honoured the arts and spent most of the day creating, painting and generally having fun – food for the soul.

MyΒ blogging, writing and editing goals haven’t suffered much. I have 12,260 words in my NaNo bank too, so that’s notΒ half bad!

Before I go, I wanted to say a HUGE thank you to Kay, Renee, Amy, Shan Jeniah, Gloria, Ruth and Beth for allowing me to do a guest post/cover reveal for The Fifth Watcher. I really appreciate your support. I’m in the process of writing those posts and I’ll be in touch soon.

I look forward to catching up on your progress.

Until next time.




Anything that gets the creativity out is time well spent. I’m glad you had a good day dabbling in the visual arts and congrats on your NaNo word count. Keep going!

What a lovely post πŸ™‚ It’s great you’re doing so well with your goals and still managing to have fun!

Your gorgeous Nephew is definitely a shining star. What a beautiful day! You are amazing. I don’t know how you manage to fit so much in. Congratulations on your word count. That’s awesome.

Awe, your nephew is gorgeous!

And you’re very welcome. Anything I can do to help! πŸ˜€

Your nephew is so adorable!!

Great word count, and I’m super excited to read all your guest posts/cover reveals!

    Thanks, Rachel. I’m just trying to decide which parts to use a excerpts – I want to choose a variety so there’s less repetition πŸ™‚

    And yeah, he’s adorable and he knows it! But then he has so many women vying for his attention I sometimes fear we’ll ruin him for the world…what are we turning him into?!

I’d give up on writing and things to spend quality time with family πŸ˜€ Plus that word count is amazing!

creating in any way is great!

What a sweetheart! Kids are all about creativity. They don’t know the ‘rules’ so we need to adapt. Love the picture.

Sounds Like your day was mellow, even with a bit of writing, you channeled your creative mojo to other things. I’m a little slow at the moment, a few things pop up. πŸ˜›

    I’m a little slow too…I haven’t done the rounds, but it’s on my agenda this evening. I hope to learn all about your distractions πŸ˜‰ Here’s a cup of brute strength coffee to give you a little kick!

      Thank you, takes a sip from the brute. receives a whiplash from the coffee, starts writing via being dazed and confused state, before passing out on the chair.
      may the creativity flow from thy finger tips to your document.

      lol – I didn’t mean to cause such an adverse reaction…the writing is good…the passing out – not so much! I hope creativity flows for you too *hands cup of reduced strength coffee* πŸ˜‰

      a good coffee would keep one up until the writing is done. Sometimes a brute of the coffee has an extra kick leftover from previous headbutting of other writers.

      I’ll remember that πŸ˜‰

      I forgot to add that I had to research for certain female character, who knew writing certain female characters is a tough thing to write. and several detours, the upside I learn few new crumbs of info.

      Females in general are pretty tough! Some can be extremely difficult to write, especially if they hide themselves and play hard to get πŸ™‚ If you mentioned this research in your post, I’ll look forward to reading it later this evening.

My daughter just said, “That’s an adorable little child.” I agree with her. πŸ™‚ Without a doubt you focused on the more important thing.

It is my honor to help you, especially since you inspired the new image on my blog! Yes, I actually made the image that tells people I want to help them.

    Woo hoo πŸ™‚ That’s awesome. I’m lagging behind trying to prepare my cover reveal text, but will send it to you tomorrow. I’ll go over right now and check out your brand spanking new image! It’s a great support.

    I agree with your daughter too! He is the sweetest little thing – a little ray of sunshine and I love him to pieces πŸ™‚

Sometimes it’s nice to have other creative outlets besides writing (gasp!) Your nephew is adorable – put a smile on my face πŸ™‚

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