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End of a Journey, Start of another.

End of a Journey, Start of another.

Two days I officially closed my long running website SailfinSims after over seven years of being online and active. (For those of you who aren’t gamers, this was a site entirely devoted to the Sims series, where I and others created custom content for these games.) As sad as I am to see it go, it was time and to honest, a relief. I think in my need to hold on to something I was proud of, I kept it online far longer that perhaps I should have. My priorities have changed significantly over the last three years and the […]

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I need more time!

I need more time!

It has been a hell of the last few weeks. I have spent most it building new furniture; I ordered from IKEA and am finally making a serious dent in the cutter that has been the bane on my house for the last sixteen years. All I can say is on that front is with five children, three of which are young adults, I am slowly getting there… Unfortunately, this has put a definite kink in my writing and blogging schedule. Although, I am trying to plan my time more efficiently and ensure time is set aside for both these […]

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Writing Ramblings and Goals

Writing Ramblings and Goals

Another month has passed all too quickly, and I cannot believe we are now into February! I would like to say that I have been extremely productive over the month of January, but I haven’t really. That’s not to say I have gone back to my extreme procrastinating ways. I just haven’t done as much as I would have liked. The purpose of today blog post and subsequent posts is to update you all on the progress of my manuscript, plans for this month and goals I wish to complete over the course of the next three months. The aim […]

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! I know, I know, it’s almost three weeks late with this blog post and I’m finally getting into the swing of things. My first post of 2016 would have been a lot sooner. Unfortunately, my region (Aberdeenshire) was affected heavily by severe flooding caused by constant rainfall which contributed to a massive increase in water in the River Don. The street I live on runs alongside that river and although we have flood defences, with the sheer volume of water, it managed to find a way around the levy. Apparently in the forty years since the houses […]

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