I’ll soon be heading off on a Research Adventure, so I might be quiet for a while … but please feel free to continue commenting among yourselves or getting in touch with me. It sometimes takes a little while for me to get back to you, but know that I read and appreciate every email!
I’d like to post pictures while I’m on the go, so if you or your parents or siblings follow me on Facebook (which recently changed its algorithms), you may want to let them know how to tweak a setting to be sure you don’t miss any of the action.
I understand that selecting the ‘See first’ option in the ‘Following’ drop-down menu will ensure my posts aren’t invisible to you 🙂
In celebration of adventures, Iceland Intrigue is on promotion!
That’s right — the book I traveled to Iceland to research is down to $2.99 (or £2.50 in the UK) on Kindle.
Thanks to all of you whose support meant I could go over there and bring back memories to put in a book. If you haven’t yet snatched up a Kindle copy (or your friends, grandparents, neighbors, friendly grocery-store clerk), now is your chance!
If you’ve enrolled in the Young Writer’s Workshop, you can look out for me over there in one of the interviews with Brett Harris! If you haven’t, here’s a link to the free Young Writer’s Guidebook, which is full of inspiring advice from published young authors, and recently updated to include the wisdom of famous, seasoned writers: https://www.theyoungwriter.com/guidebook
Did you know about the National Day of Prayer in Britain on the 26th May 1940?
I knew about the British Army being trapped at Dunkirk and about the amazing events that unfolded to turn the tide of World War II … but I wasn’t really aware of the National Day of Prayer that was called by none other than George VI. Even the king of England publicly acknowledged Britain’s need of God’s help!
I had the opportunity to help a little bit on the script of this short documentary about what really happened at Dunkirk. If you enjoy history, you might enjoy this!
That’s all for now. See you soon!