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Much better this week:ROW80

Been a much better week for creativity this week including good enough weather some days to get into the garden. There was an afternoon when the guide dog trainer came back but it was an afternoon appointment and I managed to get some work done in the morning – there was an emergency dash to the hearing aid department at the local hospital one day to fix one of my sister’s hearing aid which had packed up. 359 more words

Alberta Ross Author

Author's Log: Work, Word Monkey, Work (#amwriting, #ROW80)

So this month has only (barely) gotten started and Whoa, Nellie–have I been busy!

(Wait, have I?)

(Why, yes–I HAVE.)

The fourth book in my… 296 more words


ROW80 Check In - Hoping for a better week

The last week has been a stressful week. The funding for my English Honours programme fell through and so most of the week was filled with tears and self-doubt and then forcing myself to get up again and sort this shit out. 112 more words

Book Blog

Think in straight lines!: ROW80

It was going to be a fairly open week for me, with so much time to write.
It was going to be.
It wasn’t.

People kept coming. 589 more words

Alberta Ross Author

ROW80 2016 - Time to set some goals

I haven’t written anything since NaNoWriMo, kind of fell into a writing slump after November. The inspiration ran dry, I couldn’t make myself sit down and write for longer than 5 mins unless it was a blog post. 193 more words

Ya Literature

Where Did the Esq Go & ROW80

During my ‘spring cleaning’

I know, I know ‘tis mid winter but hey,

rules are for breaking sometimes,during this flurry of sorting out clutter and dirt I stopped to read some of the hundreds of letters I have inherited from parents and grandparents. 520 more words

Alberta Ross Author

A bureau of childish dreams & ROW80

This week has been furniture moving time. My sister has developed some difficulty in orientating herself within the emptier spaces in our abode, last year we laid down some runner carpets at specific angles across the hall, which has worked very well as a tactile clue as to where she is. 442 more words

Alberta Ross Author