Sunday, November 3, 2013

Sunday Weekly Wrap-Up

I have had another break from blogging, partly from work on some writing projects and a need to really decide where I wanted the blog to go and what projects I really wanted to focus on.

The writing has been enjoyable. Friday I joined in with NaNoWriMo - with plans to write a novel in a month. So far I am on track. This has been a secret dream for a long time and I plan to achieve this goal.

I have been creating a bit, mostly ATCs.  I have several courses I need to focus on this month and hopefully will have some pieces to show next week,

I have been enjoying my watercolour course. This week we looked at layering - something I always thought was difficult but found fascinating, if a bit challenging.

I completed several cards for swaps:


This week I have not done as much reading as I had hoped, but did finish a book that I received in a giveaway from Goodreads.

"Morven and the Horse Clan" by Luanne Armstrong
This is a YA novel and was enjoyable. A good look at early prehistoric clans and how horses may have been introduced. The character of Morven was interesting - an outsider who felt lonely and unwanted. Teens could ident with her.

I am still reading "Three Day Road" and am caught up in the story as it moves from WWI France to Canada's north. A very powerful story. I aim to finish it this week as I have so many others to read.


Indigo Janson said...

I admire you for taking on NaNoWriMo and AEDM together. It's lovely to see your art and I hope you are enjoying the creative writing just as much. Best of luck with both!

Linda B said...

I haven't read your posts in a while, Beverley, so busy, but I do love seeing your art & congrats for taking the NaNoWriMo challenge! That's wonderful! Best wishes to you!

Melanie Jean Juneau said...

love your art

anexactinglife said...

Happy to hear your reading is well underway! As planned, I have read one from the house and one from the library so far this month. I plan to read only books from the house for the next while - except for what my book club picks.

Carolyn Dube said...

You've been busy! Thanks for sharing with A Colorful Gelli Print Party!