Good Afternoon

Good Afternoon

Whether you’re a newbie or a refugee from my old blog, welcome, welcome and good afternoon.

If you were wondering

a) Who the heck I am
b) What this blog is about
or
c) Why I moved blogs

this is the post for you.

a) I am a teenager from near London (UK). I like to think of myself as an author, musician and dancer: basically, I write lots of rather odd novels, some of them very sad and some just crazy, I play lots of musical instruments to a reasonably high standard and I’m obsessed with Irish dancing.

b) This blog is a standard update on my novelling, music playing and now dancing. Which leads onto the final point.

c) I moved blogs because my old one was almost entirely writing-based — in fact, I can only think of two or three posts that weren’t about my work! So this one is going to have a little more diversity, covering all aspects of my rather hectic life.

Please note: due to said hectic life, it is often very difficult to post regularly and I hope you will bear with me during these times!

I am also interested in photography although my camera is very ordinary and I have no training, so if I start posting hosts of pictures please do not be surprised.

I love comments so that I know who has visited — please leave a note, even if it’s just a little ‘hello’! If you’re from Protagonize or NaNoWriMo, you are doubly welcome, and comments with your username will ensure that I’ll drop you a line as soon as I can to say thank you for visiting.

I think that’s all for now, so farewell! (It’s now evening as I had to edit this post, but I will leave the title as it is).

4 thoughts on “Good Afternoon

    1. Why thank you :) I will try and remember to update this one a little more often, since the other one died a grand death. At least once a week, that’s my promise. Every other day during NaNoWriMo if I can. I’ll also pop my results from Sunday’s dance competition up here so keep your eyes peeled! :D

  1. Sounds like you are one very busy person. Love that you participated in NaNoWriMo. I thought about this year but didn’t get started. Maybe next year. My daughter was on the dance team here. Lots of fun.

    1. Definitely go for it next year if you can … I believe it to be one of the best things I ever actually got around to doing since it’s the first time I finished any writing project!

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