New map I have had designed for Where the Sun Rises, this will be included in the book from now on. It will help readers to see the reality of this battle as well as the areas I wrote about. I used this map to write parts of my novel.
Thanks for reading. 🙂
I have just joined up again for this month’s challenge for my new novel Sarah Johns, which I have already written 37,000 words. I thought it would be excellent to join other writers in writing every day and also just giving support and gaining support from other supportive writers. 🙂
I do not like writers that are really competitive with others or put other authors down, and it does happen.
Anyway, I am excited to be part of this at the moment. Thanks for reading. 🙂
During these lock down times and times of quarantine I have been trying to make the most of more time to write. I feel this is a unique time where I can get the whole first draft of my next novel written. This novel is quite different from the last novel I wrote which required research about absolutely everything. My new novel is in first person, I am enjoying writing with first person as I haven’t done this for years now. This story is also about someone who is Australian and also someone who is a journalist – therefore it is easier for me to write this book. This character comes from Sydney, which is where I am from. Of course this is her story, not mine, but it is a lot easier to write this book in many ways. Though no doubt as I progress there will be challenges – there always is. Each book has its own particular hurdles, however, I am enjoying this process and I have now written 36,460 words of this next book.
I always knew Where the Sun Rises (WTSR) might be the hardest book I attempted to write, due to the fact that I had to research everything, including; culture, on the ground war facts, conditions in Syria, how it felt to be there as well as focalising from another cultural point of view, and from two points of view. It was an ambitious feat 😉 I am glad I wrote it. But I just wanted to say I am enjoying not having to research absolutely everything. 🙂 Though of course there is some research I will have to do, though nowhere near as much as WTSR.
Anyway, stay tuned for this next book. Also, I hope you are able to do some creative things in this time. Whatever you like to do. I have also been knitting, buying pot plants, exercising a bit and drawing. 😀 So, go forth and be creative. Thanks for reading! Remember, you’re not alone. 😀 Take care, Suz
Bilgola Beach, Sydney.
Check out this link for books in the action, thriller and crime giveaways. My book has two chapters available for giveaway on here.
Stay Well! Kind regards, Suz
Hey guys, you can pick up an e-book copy of Where the Sun Rises for 99 cents now for a limited time! Take advantage of this offer. Thanks so much for reading! Stay well. 🙂
Kind regards, Suz
Hey guys, in the last few days Freedom Writing was placed No. 1 in 3 Best Selling Categories on Amazon for 3 days, including being #423 and #390 (at its lowest) in the overall Kindle Store worldwide.
Thanks for those who downloaded and if you would like to review that would be lovely. 🙂 Thanks for reading. Stay well. Kind regards, Suz
Hey guys, I am giving away my book Freedom Writing for free for the next four days.
Monday June 15-Wednesday June 18.
Feel free to download it from Amazon. 🙂 These two books talk about the amazing power of writing therapy that is available to everyone even if you use single words to release your emotion. I wrote these books to help people find the freedom I have found in writing down my emotions and releasing unwanted memories or trauma or simple everyday emotions.
Now, they are free for a few days, so take advantage of it and download them. Try it and you will see the power of writing therapy!
Go well today and always, stay well. Kind regards, Suz