Hello all and welcome to the update for the week beginning 14/1/19!
Even though we are in the new year, the same technical difficulties are still holding me back. As mentioned on social media, I fought a long battle with the Vlog Friday recording, which I unfortunately lost. I think these will always happen, so I am very grateful for everyone’s understanding and patience. I promise I’m trying to get as much content out to you all but technology tends to be my weakness!
I’m also very thankful for everyone’s support. You are all amazing and I love knowing that, just maybe, TaleInferno is igniting the story within you all!
Anyway, let’s get into this update.
Nothing new this week. However, we are still counting down to the new website launch. Get excited because it’ll be very soon!
The Last Song by Nicholas Sparks is up this week. Following a very similar tune as the previous book I reviewed (no pun intended), this is also quite the emotional rollercoaster. Make sure to keep an eye out for this one!
Last week’s blog posts were all a bit of a shamble. I was able to get the one about the news article out on Tuesday but not the one to do with why I love storytelling on Thursday. So, although I tried my best to plan ahead for my busy week last week, some things fell through the cracks!
Anyway, the instalment about why I love storytelling will come out this week, I promise!
It’s hot in Australia this week, so we’re going to chill out for Writing Wednesday. Get your pens, fans (or heaters if you’re in a cold part of the world) and notebooks ready!
And, due to my technical difficulties last week, we will be talking about point of view (POV) in this week’s Vlog Friday.
I finished up The Wolf by Leo Carew today, so I will be moving over to Being Shot by Gail Bell.
Witch Born by Nicholas Bowling
The Hypnotist by Laurence Anholt
The Wolf by Leo Carew
As I have written previously, everything will be the same until the new website is up and running. Then, we will have a range of new blogs and vlogs!
For the next Vlog Friday, we will be talking about setting.
Books to read
The Fifth Room by Allison Rushby (A. J. Rushby)
Nothing is Predictable by Adalina Mae
The Cobblestone Flowerpot by Troy Drayton
And, recently added is the short novella Hot Love Inferno by Nicky Blue.
And that’s it from me. I’m very excited and so grateful for some of the recent feedback I have received, as well as the uptake of people requesting for books to be read and reviewed. Thank you to everyone. This is going to be a great year for TaleInferno and I cannot wait to see all the stories within you ignite!
Remember to ignite the story and I’ll see you again soon!
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.