Queen Louisa Defeats The Dragon. Novel. Script - My Way. A family go one a fishing holiday to an unknown destination. Location devised...
Since I have had to slow my pace in life, I have been editing all the novels I have finished. Some I have retrieved from a computer tha...
Homeless Gills A dejected Gills skulked down an alley way littered with rubbi...
These are a few of the photos I took last week when I went on a bus trip. The day was long and we traveled man...
On Sunday, we called into Yandina to go to the ginger, and nut factories. We all lined up for a ginger ice cream. Don't usually have muc...
Chop, chop, chop, One day I'll find Rang out every day. ...
These were also found at the Wondai Flower Show. And there were statues. There was also fruit, vegetables, food, and man...
Eyes close, darkness enfolds, Rainbow colors flash, disappear, Wind whistles, grass sways Snakes slither, mice hide, Birds cheerfully si...
Our tour group helped Shane celebrate his 50th Birthday while we were away on the day trip. The cake was beaut...
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Our tour group helped Shane celebrate his 50th Birthday while we were away on the day trip. The cake was beautiful. And tasty.
We were also shown the tanks where the owner of the property breed fish to sell to the market. Fingerlings are placed in large dams until ready for sale. They are then placed in the tanks to clear the mud from their system before being sent to the market. There were Perch and Barramundi.
They also grow sugar cane and mangoes.
Sunday, September 4, 2016
These two are art work on the wall at the book in your luggage department at the Roma Street railway station.
The rest are of the station. The trains and the people who travel on them. The day was overcast and chilly. I had a few people come up to talk to me while I sat waiting for my train. I returned home exhausted after three days away from home. I am trying to catch up on my work. I am slowly cleaning the winter weeds from my garden. About fifteen minutes at a time before the back and hip begins to ache. At least I am making progress but the rubbish bin is filling fast.
Monday, August 1, 2016
These are a few of the photos I took last week when I went on a bus trip. The day was long and we traveled many kilometers. We left at seven in the morning and returned home about six.
We had a Christmas in July lunch at a hotel in one of the towns. I have another one coming up next week. Unless some of my doctor's appointment are moved forward. It is a mystery trip. We don't know where we will be going.
Sunday, July 24, 2016
Since I have had to slow my pace in life, I have been editing all the novels I have finished. Some I have retrieved from a computer that died a few years back. I have been formatting them as well.
I sent a few to a publisher. I did receive a surprise. A contract arrived. But. Not the sort I had been expecting. I showed it to a friend and she told me to not sign it. I had been of the same mind before she had read it. She checked the name out and found it not to be a good place to be with. So I have been sending out other feelers.
I have about a dozen novels finished to be published. I just need to find a true publisher. Or an agent to handle the publishing side of my work.
I am also finishing off a novel that I found half written.
The cold weather has slowed me down some. Where I have the computer is very cold. You can say the whole house is like a freezer. So I work when not so cold. In the meantime, I write the story by hand while sitting all rugged up in a blanket.
We did have a few days where the days were warmer but the chill has returned. I am trying to catch up on things I had forgotten needed my attention.
I should be writing up my story to the computer but I am working on my blogs.
And the crocheting has been put on the back burner. I will do some later once I have finished my work. I crochet rugs for charity in my spare time.