It's almost the middle of October!!!! Oh. My. God. I cannot believe it! Yes it's beginning to get cold at this side of the world. Not that I am complaining. I love Autumn. Spring and Autumn are my favourite seasons. They are not too cold, not too hot. I like the fresh autumn fresh air at night, although in the morning you have to get all wrapped up and then by mid-day, you have to take them all off because it gets too warm. Ha! I know! It's crazy. But I still love Autumn.
So what have I been doing? I'm sorry I've been a bad blogger. I really should do this often. But what can I do when there is absolutely nothing to write about? I have been pre-occupied with the story I am writing and I've made progress by the way, yay! 20K words now and it's Chapter 11! Hoorah! I know sometimes I write rubbish but sorting out will be later when I switch my 'editing mode' on.
Now, on to the more exciting part of today - I received another blog award!!!! Thank you Nissi Peters (a.k.a. Glynis Smy), a very dear blog-friend of mine who has just finished her new book, Chewy Chester.
Thank you for this Strangely Irresistible Blog Award, dear Nissi! :) I so love it! :)
Please feel free to visit Nissi's blog. She's got lovely artworks of Chewy Chester in there as well that you will surely enjoy.
I now would like to pass this award on to 3 lovely bloggers who are also my favourites:
Talli Roland - for always making me smile when I read her posts, a smile that sometimes lasts for hours! Remember to join her Blogsplash! Her debut novel, The Hating Game will be out on 01 December 2010!
Kathie (Just a Happy Housewife) - for very interesting posts - music, fashion, pets, anything under the sun and they always make me want to go back and check what's new!
Virginia Grenier (The Writing Mama) - I learn a lot from this blog and I'd like to take this opportunity to thank Virginia for every post she's published on this blog of hers. She probably won't remember me but I always go to check and see what she's written as often as I can. She's so generous with information, just like almost all the writers I've met on line so far.
Oh by the way, I told you I was reading 'The Witches' by Roald Dahl, didn't I? I've also found out there was a film! Although it was based on Roald Dahl's book, the film makers changed the ending...and to be honest, I liked it! I shouldn't tell you how it ended on both the book and the film as it might ruin the excitement so can I say that I highly recommend both! Children will also enjoy both of them! I suggest read the book first and then watch the film. I guess it's always good to do that :)
See you all again soon, my lovelies! I will think of something interesting to write about next time! :)