It has been some time since I last posted on my site. In my defence I've been busy moving from Suffolk to Hampshire and trying to settle into a routine of work and writing. It hasn't been going as well as it could, but having changed careers thrice since my move I think I may have a good work/write lifestyle now, and am getting on with a new story.
In the last month or so, however, I've come to realise why many authors don't talk about what they're currently working on. I say this because, though Evania's characters are plying for my attention, I can't quite seem to grasp the thing as a whole. Everytime I sit down to write there, it seems I get overwhelmed with many plotlines wanting to be heard at once, too many I feel, to the extent I've been dreading sitting at my desk.
What does this mean? Simply it means I'm working on something else. Having written two shorts, I'm getting on with writing the next installment to the story I started with Morg and Ethos in Beyond Endless Tides. I'm not going to talk about where that is going, but I am excited to write again, and wake in the morning thinking about that next passage, that next scene, and after a quick break of fast, I get straight in the chair of enchantment (where all the magic happens).
I hope this year has been kind to you all, and you have grown in some way in your chosen field of expertise. If you are doing what you want in life, you are a star, keep going. If you dream of doing something other than what you are doing, make it a reality. There's no finer way to live life than being who you truly desire to be.
Being less than a fortnight from Christmas, I wish you all a fintastic day. Shroud it with loved ones, and make it an extra magical day for the wee ones in your life.
Look after yourselves, and may next year be joyous and prosperous to you all.
-Charles F. Bond
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I've come back to Suffolk to do a spell with brothers Mark and Paul Hayward with their Dingley Dell herd. They are involving themselves this month with an event to help raise funds for two charities,
Teenage Cancer Trust and Wooden Spoon.
The event is due to run on 27th September 2015, so why not go along, if only to have the opportunity to aid these two deserving charities, but mostly to eat plenty of pork cooked on the barbie.
For more details visit Dingley Dell's Website. (This link takes you straight to the event's page.)
Charles F Bond is writer of fantasy and paranormal fiction. He wishes you much merriment in the pursuit of good reading.
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