Taking a back seat for a while

Hi all. Just Β a very quick post to say that I’m still here but not doing as much in the blogging world at the moment. Reason being I recently started a new job and although it’s part time, I’m finding it’s taking me a while to get used to my new routine.

The upshot is I’m very tired at the moment and I’ve got zero energy so I’m just going to take it easy for a while and blog as and when I can. I hope you can understand that I need to do this for my own well being and that as soon as I’m able I’ll be participating more in the blogging world.

I hope you all have a lovely Christmas and a very happy New Year. πŸ˜€

I START MY NEW JOB TOMORROW!! (and here’s my WIPpet for Wednesday)

Yes I am indeed starting a new job tomorrow which is why this post is late and short (but hopefully sweet!). I’ve been doing all my washing and other house jobs today because I won’t have time tomorrow or Friday as I’ll be working all day. πŸ™‚

(Great excuse not to do housework hee hee!) I should add that I might not get around to commenting on many WIPpets this week because of said job. My apologies. Anyway as I said today’s WIPpet is a short one because of the time thing. So using my incredible powers with mathematics, you get 2 sentences: 1 + 1 for the month of November. πŸ™‚

I’m not going to say much about it except that it’s from Teaching Mr Leavis again (which I’m hacking to pieces editing at the moment) and it’s taken from the first chapter.Β Here you go:

Rebecca heard a snap – probably the man closing his phone – and began to walk around the corner to get her bike. She collided with a solid, muscular chest and nearly fell over before strong arms caught her and lifted her upright again.

If you’re reading this and thinking ‘Ooh that’s something I’d like to take part in’, it’s easy. Just post on your blog an excerpt of what you’ve been working on lately writing-wise. Ideally it should relate in some way to the date. Then add your details to this linky thingy here. Don’t forget to check out the other WIPpeteers’ contributions.

Thanks to the fantabulous K. L. Schwengel for hosting once more.