Eila Jameson-Avey

stories about diversity.

Weekly update


Well what a busy week, I wish I didn’t have to work full-time!! Report time at school, which is ‘aargh’ anyway but it’s life that really gets in the way!!

I have begun to read the Oslo Trilogy, by my favourite author, Jo Nesbo. He is a Norwegian author and his books are translated into English, but there is nothing lost in translation. His ability to bring scenes to life along with his characters is amazing and his irreverence to writing protocol is refreshing!

My third chapter is ready for reading, but I am discovering that only having a couple of weeks editing is rather dangerous, I know I will regret it next year as my writing and editing skills develop, but you’ve got to start somewhere. I am open to ideas and criticisms, so feel free to let me know.

I hope you enjoy Chapter 3.imgres

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