Autumn Writings, School Work, and Stephen Chbosky

Lately, I have been focusing on getting my school work done, and squeezing in as much me time as possible. I must admit, it’s a little difficult juggling school, a social life and writing all in one go, but the best thing I can do, I reason, is to embrace the busyness; I know that it’ll be more than worth it once The Friendship Flame is published, and I know I will be super-proud, as will my awesome family. In turn, that will be the best Christmas present anyone could ever ask for.

Progress, I must say, is a little slow with The Friendship Flame as I am halfway through writing Chapter 19; however, my main priority is ensuring writing of the very best quality, ensuring I fulfil my best capabilities, so that the end result is satisfactory—for me and for all of my amazing readers!

I am currently reading The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. This book is quite different from my usual read, but there is something about it that I absolutely love. I am about a quarter of the way through it, so hopefully I’ll be able to update you on what I thought about it soon!

My mum’s favourite season has always been autumn—something I was never able to understand: rainy days, the need to be wrapped up in coats and scarves but still freezing to death… No, thanks! Right now, however, I am sitting on my sister’s bed, writing my blog, whilst looking out of the window next to me: it’s grey, dark and drizzly, and I am warm inside, cosy, and writing. Somehow, in moments like this, it’s second nature to understand why my mother loves this season so much!

Again, thank you for your continued support and faith in me during the journey of completing this book. There’s not long to go now!

Faye xx

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