Sammi Scribbles – Year in Review 2014

As I began penning this post, I realised that 2014 was quite a busy writing year…

…In February, I released the second short story in The Andromache Jones Mysteries series, The Apparition…It was also the month that I started this blog…

…However, it wasn’t until April that I started posted my writing here.  My first post was a piece of flash fiction that I had written a few years ago entitled, Venus Figurines

…In June I joined Wattpad, making The Magician, (which is the first Andromache Jones Mystery, for those not in the know 😉 ) available to read there, as well as a number of other writing projects…

…In October, I enjoyed being part of Sindy’s Spooky Writing Challenge, writing a couple of spooky shorts, The Cellars and The Thinning of the Veil…These stories were my two most popular posts of the year – yay! 🙂

…In November, I participated in NaNoWriMo, attempting to write 50,000 words in 30 days.  I may not have reached the target, but 47,500 words in 3 weeks is certainly not a failure…

2014 was a great year to meet other cool writers and read some of their amazing work.  I hope the coming year will bring more of the same 🙂

So, all-in-all, this year I have managed to amass a good collection of *almost* finished work…pieces of flash fiction, short stories, one novella and a couple of novels.  Also Andromache Jones, Fortune Teller Detective, the first volume of short stories in The Andromache Jones Mysteries is much closer to being complete…

What is there left to say?  Not much apart from I hope that you had a great 2014, and wishing you all the best for 2015.

Happy New Year!

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