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Weekly update #53 (21/1/19)
Hello all and welcome to the update for the week beginning 21/1/19!
How’s your January going? Still keeping to those resolutions?
As you may have noticed, the content that’s coming out is very similar each week. We’ve got reviews on Tuesday, Writing Wednesday, a blog post on Thursday, and Vlog Friday. As long as everything goes to plan and I don’t experience technical difficulties, each week should be full of content.
However, with the new website around the corner, that will all change. We’ll still have consistent reviews, blog posts and vlogs, but there will be more. There will be new reviews and new ways to connect with TaleInferno. So, in the near future, you can expect more opportunities to ignite the story!
Anyway, let’s get into this update.
Nothing new this week. We’re still going through the motions while the construction of the new website continues!
It’s time for Witch Born by Nicholas Bowling to be reviewed. It’s the first of the range of new books I’m reading, so I’m very excited to tell you all about it!
Due to the unfortunate technical difficulties last week, we’ll be doing the planned relaxing Writing Wednesday this week.
You can expect the next reason why I love storytelling as this week’s blog post.
For Vlog Friday, we’ll be talking about setting. This isn’t just the place your characters are in but what time. Both sides of setting are important in storytelling, so make sure to tune in!
Being Shot by Gail Bell
I’m nearly finished with this one, so I’ll be reading The Fifth Room by Alison Rushby (A. J. Rushby) by the end of this week!
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 genres.
Books to read
Nothing is Predictable by Adalina Mae
The Cobblestone Flowerpot by Troy Drayton
Hot Love Inferno by Nicky Blue
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.