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Weekly update #50 (1/1/19)
Hello all and welcome to the update for the week beginning 1/1/19!
Happy New Year! Welcome to the year 2019, which I hope to be the year where we all ignite the stories within each other. Not only that, but happy 50th weekly update! It’s all happening at once and I feel so positive for what’s about to come.
The new website is right around the corner, which means a tonne of new content and other services. If you watched the end of year wrap-up, you would have heard of all the stuff we achieved last year. Now, it’s time to beat those numbers and connect more.
So, let’s not wait any longer. Let’s get into this update!
You ready for a year of new content? I hope you are! Soon, the new website will be up and we’ll be jumping into a bunch of new things. The countdown is really on, so keep your eyes on this website!
Due to timing, there will be no review this week. Make sure to keep an eye out next week for the first review of the year!
Since it’s the new year and all, I’m going to tell you what the focus will be for the next instalment of ‘Why I love storytelling’. This week, beginnings are why I love storytelling.
Hopefully all my technical difficulties have stopped, so Writing Wednesday can be expected this week!
And, of course, Vlog Friday will cover foreshadowing!
The Wolf by Leo Carew
The Last Song by Nicholas Sparks
Witch Born by Nicholas Bowling
The Hypnotist by Laurence Anholt
Just like the last update, not much has changed! The next Vlog Friday will be about point of view (POV), and the ‘Why I love storytelling’ and Writing Wednesday series will continue.
Books to read
The Wolf by Leo Carew
Being Shot by Gail Bell
The Fifth Room by Allison Rushby (A. J. Rushby)
Nothing is Predictable by Adalina Mae
The Cobblestone Flowerpot by Troy Drayton
That’s it from me. Remember to ignite the story and I’ll see you again soon!
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Charlotte is a reading and writing lover who has completed a creative writing intensive course at the University of Oxford and is a current university student studying a double degree in journalism and creative writing. If you are curious to learn more, check out the 'About' page.