Here we are in May 2020 already, and what a rollercoaster ride it had been.
Here in South Africa, we are still in strict lockdown and only moved into Level 4 today, but it is still stricter than most countries. For goodness’ sake, we can't even buy wine!
As I've mentioned before, I'm still stuck in a tiny village in South Africa's Eastern Cape. Nothing much is happening here except the cows and the goats daily visits. My sister and her partner are on a baking spree and we have to eat it all. Luckily we can start exercising outside from today, but only between 6 and 9. So, we're off for a long walk to the farm tomorrow (if it's not snowing, because that's in the forecast).
This month I have little news on the writing front. I've been working on several projects and I am editing and re-writing like crazy. Still, nothing to be published in the near future, though but I hope to have a freebie for you next month.
I've concentrated on my blogs in April so you can go check out all the blogs on my website.
This month I want to do things differently. I want to introduce you to some of my fellow South African authors, especially those who are part of my writing tribes. Here I'm talking about Marie Dry, my mentor and fellow writer at the Romance Organization of South Africa's Pretoria Branch as well as Vida li Sik, Charlene Namdhari and Bailie Hantam, who is my writing tribe from the indie author's community. We all write different sub-genres, and some, like Vida, writes other genres too.
Who knows, maybe you'll find your next favourite read between these group of amazing authors.
Again, thank you for your support. Until next time.