Happy New Year!
I hope 2019 is a great year for you and yours.
The last couple of years, the blog was a little bit unloved by me. It's not easy keeping to a regular blogging routine when you're both writing/editing books and home schooling. So this year, I've been organizing myself a bit better, and decided that after all, I can't post every single day. What I can do is pick some days during the week to post new content, which you will hopefully enjoy.
Today is my first day back writing/editing under a time table. After school broke out for us, I did the sporadic writing and editing, but after all it was Chrismukkah time, and then the celebrations for New Year's Eve, and that took up all of the time that I'd allocated to writing/editing. So this will be the new timetable for posts on the blog. :)
I think Mondays are a good day to post any vlogs and updates :) so I'll stick to that. I might blog here as well, but I think I'll be vlogging on Instagram. (Or however that's called XD ) Nothing long. I think it's about a minute long anyway, so I'll be talking about what I'm working on and any release dates that are set in stone.
Also will probably show you the horrible drawings that I make in my bullet journal when jotting things down for the WIPs. :) For example:
|Research for The Actor and the Author which is mainly based in Seoul, South Korea|
Wednesdays will be review day starting a week from today on January 16th, and hopefully, I'll be able to keep to the whole, one book read a week, as I used to do.
On January 16th, I'll be posting my review of Wolf Hollow by Nikki Jefford.
|Nikki Jefford: https://nikkijefford.com/|
Fridays will once more turn into Fit Friday. I used to blog back in the day about my weight loss and healthy life quest. It used to help me with the process, but I fell off the wagon and then stopped blogging all together.
I'll be starting PIYO once more, so expect a lot of updates on that if you follow my Instagram. :)
And if you don't follow me on Instagram, you can do so here: Marilyn Almodóvar Instagram