Again, I seem to be delayed in writing about each chapter. The reason for it this time is covid. Three jabs later, and still I get it. I got it from taking care of my son – so actually, I am quite okay with that. I believe a child should not be left alone when… Continue reading Indigenous Chapter Four
I have been lots of things to many people. Some nice, and some... well not so nice. Now I am older and less worried about what people think of me.
My past is colorful, sad and happy. Filled with lots of unique people.
I have been blessed in this way. I have walked with people in all walks of life, and I have loved each journey, and each and everyone of them.
Now, I write. It is a new road. It is not a highway or a crossroad. It leads me somewhere though, and as I have always spent my life travelling, this suits me fine.
12 Questions I was Asked
Hi, This week’s blog is the answers to 12 genuine questions I was asked. I thought it might be worth adding them here, for this week’s blog. It might make interesting reading. 1. Tell us a little bit about your hometown and your life growing up. I would prefer to keep this part of my… Continue reading 12 Questions I was Asked
Indigenous Chapter Three
This, for me, is an interesting chapter in which the idea of how people who are suffering from bereavement are treated. It is connected to the earlier mentioned theme of ‘Moving On’. Is it necessary to always move on? Life is not only about moving on, surely? At some point or other you must find… Continue reading Indigenous Chapter Three
Indigenous Chapter Two
The year is over and a new one has begun. A sentence with so much optimism in it. It kind of shows I like to believe in fairy tales. But even amid all these ‘new beginnings’ I still haven’t started on the fifth part of Creation – well, not directly anyway. I am still toying… Continue reading Indigenous Chapter Two
Indigenous Chapter One
I had planned to start the blog on the third book ‘Indigenous’ after Christmas. However, as I am not in the mood to work on the fifth book, motivation collapse – I will start. The book opens with George writing a letter to his dad. Sometimes, when I read this letter, I find myself not… Continue reading Indigenous Chapter One
Revelations Chapter Fourteen
So we have reached the closing chapter to part two Revelations. Another accomplishment. I am not going to give any clues as to what happens, as that would take away the fun of reading it, but it does continue with Jessie, her kiss, and Evylin. I remember writing this chapter clearly. It flowed. It was… Continue reading Revelations Chapter Fourteen
Revelations Chapter Thirteen
This chapter is all about Jessie. My sometimes ‘favorite’ character. My personal preferences change with each new chapter. After having read this one, I ended up asking myself whether it was possible for a man to really write about a believable young female character. I work a lot with children, and I also have kids… Continue reading Revelations Chapter Thirteen
Revelations Chapter Twelve
I think part of the joy in writing is the way the scenes play themselves out inside my mind. If I can see it, then I can describe it – it could possibly be real. Another part is the research. I mentioned this in an earlier blog, and how much fun I find in learning… Continue reading Revelations Chapter Twelve
Revelations Chapter Eleven
Having re-read this chapter, what I find most enjoyable about it is its speed. The story rushes along, but not with superhero characters but – normal kids. Evylin continues in her role as the more experienced player, this might have to do with the fact that I was taught girls matured earlier than boys –… Continue reading Revelations Chapter Eleven
Revelations Chapter Ten
Although this chapter carries on with the story of Evylin and George crossing level three, what I remember most about writing it, was all the time spent in research. There are so many different scenes inside my head that needed to be explained. And of course, in doing so I didn’t want to write cliches… Continue reading Revelations Chapter Ten