Christmas and The Assassin Part 1

Hello dear readers.

By the time you read this it will likely be several days post-christmas (because I assume you all have better things to do right now than to read my blog), but at the moment it is Christmas Eve and I am sitting on the couch in my sister’s living room, my dog curled up in my lap, just relaxing and writing this post. Everyone else is at work.

It can be weird to be here sometimes.  Barrie is home to my two sisters and my mother but it is not where I grew up, so it doesn’t have that nostalgia attached to it. It’s a perfectly fine place, not unlike my hometown, but it’s not quite the same as going home to where you were a child.

And it seems like this will be my first green christmas, at least as far as I can recall.

Other than that it’s been a good visit so far.

Before I go, I want to plug The Assassin Part 1 by fellow author Eric Desmarais.

I’ve read it, and while I have some small criticisms about the editing, I encourage you all to check it out. It’s a great start to a story, leaves you wanting to know more about the character and what her future is while not burdening the reader with unnecessary detail or extraneous descriptions that serve only to show that the writer thinks more = better.

My taste in writing may be showing here.

But go read it.


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