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Our annual Indie Authors Advent Calendar is already running. The doors will remain open until Christmas so you can go and read all the great stories in one go (meaning I’m truly sorry for letting you know this late). This year’s theme is Flash fiction, and except for two epic fantasy writers all authors complied. It’s a great way to get into the right mood for Christmas, so join us. And while you’re enjoying the season, let “my” Minions show you how you should feel. 😀

Enjoy the season, everyone!

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to everyone celebrating it. When I lived in Scotland for a year, I got hooked on carving pumpkins. Since I didn’t have much time this year, I made the best of what I had. It’s not going to win prices but I very much like it. Enjoy!

my 2015 pumpkin

My 2015 pumpkin-head

Happy Halloween!

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I decided to join the Listing Fest by Alex Cavanaugh and Bish Denham a while ago, and today is the day. So I decided to post a list of things that I can’t possibly all do in a single week (unless I’ll turn into super-writer-woman this second). NaNo is approaching like a runnaway fright train, and this year, for the first time, I’m not ready. Oh, I did all my pre-planning and have the time set aside, but there are so many things I still need to do before I can use the time for writing. Look at my list:

  • write 2 reviews for German books I read (promised, so it’s a must) done
  • write more blog posts (I might skip this) done
  • translate next fairy tale (urgent for next publication)
  • test the new, mobile-friendly theme design for this site and install it if it works
  • set up the telephone (land-line) so it won’t break any more (and let everyone know about the new phone number) done
  • fetch my dog from my parents done
  • fetch my brother-in-law for a one week holiday while dropping my daughter at her grandparents done
  • laundry (juck)
  • put away everything we took along for the horse riding holiday
  • phone 5 different administrations who bungled things for my eldest and get them to change their decisions (and I know this’ll take a while) done
  • set up the Skeleton Marathon for my NaNo group done
  • upload files for print book of “Juma’s Rain” (done) and find reviewers
  • add a post about “Juma’s Rain” to the forum I’m active in done
  • watch the videos of the course I’m currently taking and implement the advice (I might have to move this to December since there’s no way I’ll manage that)

There might be more but I can’t think of it just now. All I see is that I have to do more than I can possibly manage in one week — and the list doesn’t even contain all the marketing I should be doing …

Anyone who feels like helping is welcome to contact me (there’s a contact form). I still need reviewers for my upcoming release (15th of November) of “Juma’s Rain”. Thanks for looking in.

To make it easier, here’s the list of the other participants:

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