I haven’t done this challenge for ages, due to a lack of time, but couldn’t resist this one: the good parts of 2014. Actually, on rereading the instructions, I see this wasn’t exactly what Julia meant. Sorry. I couldn’t leave anything out.
2014 in 100 Words
On 1st January, I had my hair cut short, hoping this would herald an even better year. It did. Three wonderful holidays, short stories published online and podcasted, two speeches accomplished at Toastmasters, lots of folk dancing, a successful book reading, finding myself in the safest part of the country when things went pear-shaped, the forest fire stopping just short of our house, lots of sunshine and much-needed rain, family healthy and doing well. But the best thing of all: my romance, Neither Here Nor There, published by Crooked Cat Publishing on 17th June. All in all, a fantastic year.
PS My book, like many other Crooked Cat books, is currently on sale on Amazon for a short time only. Here.
11 replies on “100 Word Challenge – Week #161”
It certainly was a great year for you! Here’s to 2015!
What a wonderful and inspiring year! Thanks, Miriam. x
Thank you, Cathy. x
Love this challenge, hadn’t come across it before. Thanks for the inspiration. I’ve just posted my 2014 in 100 words.
An amazing year for both of us 🙂
What an exciting year, congratulations. Given the great year that followed you, I can’t wait for my hair appointment next week!
Have a lovely haircut and a brilliant 2015, Sheila!
A great year! Hope 2015 brings you even more good stuff. X
You too, Rachael!