It’s been a year since I have blogged. Hard to believe it went by that quickly. But now I have established a social media routine, it will become more regular. I have stepped well out of my comfort zone and it has had surprising results. I’ve added Twitter (https://twitter.com/RAndrewAuthor), and my numbers grow each day, as well as Facebook of course (https://www.facebook.com/robyn.andrew.9), and Tsu (http://www.tsu.co/ RLAndrewAuthor).
Recently I took the opportunity to have a conversation via Youtube with Sally Ember. If you have seen the video,(https://plus.google.com/events/cghhqrmgvrdvscnuctuqmtl97u8 or Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucB2Mg35_2o), you will have a sense of who I am. If you haven’t it isn’t too late to watch it.
I make no secret of the fact that I am also chronically ill, so expect some information to be posted that relate to that, and my daily struggles. I refuse to let it beat me down mentally, even though at times it is a struggle. Writing has been instrumental in my having good mental health. Learning to stay positive is difficult when you are faced with a degenerative disease/s.
Funnily enough it was a year ago, almost to the day that my first story was published in the Darkly Never After anthology (https://authorcentral.amazon.com/gp/books), and I received my paperback copies of the Fiction Writers Group, Anything Goes Volume 2 Anthology. I have two very different stories in this anthology, which come from deep places.
Teacups & Tansy: Sabine doesn’t expect the geriatric Jerry Springer Show as murder and mayhem ensues.
The Guardian: When the War was Over: Archangel Gabriel is facing the most difficult situation since existence began. The future of mankind hangs in the balance as he battles with a former friend in a war he isn’t sure is worth it.
I have a few more getting published that I will post some excerpts of. I look forward to all of you joining me on my journey.