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Autumn Has Arrived

I love April. March is a bit of a tease, flashing us with sweltering days and then blindsiding us with a burst of cold weather but April is all mild days, crisp as an apple off the tree, and cool nights touched with the scent of wood smoke. It’s the perfect weather for getting outside, gardening or making mudpies (or a little of both).

It’s not so conducive to actually sitting down and writing but hey, there’ll be time for that when May and June roll round and winter cranks into gear. At the moment I’m enjoying some time with the kids while school holidays are still on, tucking into what the Easter Bunny so kindly left us and doing a little polishing on the manuscript I’ll be talking about with a publisher at the writers conference next month.

Where ever you are in the world I hope the weather is being kind to you.

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I write young adult novels and have a passion for reading and writing. My blog is a place were young adult writers can get tips to improve their own writing so that they too can share their stories with the world. I'm a wife to a wonderful husband and mum to two beautiful boys.

5 thoughts on “Autumn Has Arrived

      1. Gosh I’m sure I knew that sub consciously but I have the worst memory! So let me get my tiny brain around this…Your spring means the cold is coming after May and June?

      2. Yes. In this part of Australia anyway. Up north it’s tropical. Central Australia it’s desert.

        It’s funny, I’ve always assumed you’re based in the UK but I suddenly realise that I don’t know that for sure. šŸ™‚

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