My, my, how time flies!

Hello one and all,

I really hope that this is the last time I will write one of these “Sorry it’s been so long” posts, but I don’t think we’ll ever be able to guarantee that now, will we!

At the moment, I am in the middle of changing jobs, moving house, writing my books and cooking things, and it’s hard to find the time to keep a blog going on occasion, because what would I write other than; “I wrote some more stuff but you can’t read it yet because it’s not finished, and I’m not sure I’m happy with it…”

However, this might be the best time to pop out there that I have begun opening my books for freelance copy work, including blogging, and also, I may have been persuaded to start performing some poetry I’ve been writing based on my experiences working in retail, which has been a hoot, by the way. Yep. Public appearances. If that’s not a way to build an adoring fanbase, then maybe I should just start my own cult and be done with the whole thing.

That was definitely a joke.

So, the nature of Ilicic Days may be changing over the coming months, there will still be musings on writing and things my mother has told me off for, but it will also include some other elements, about freelancing, building your own life how you want it to be, and vegan cooking, because it’s the best.

I’m off now, but I will be returning later with a post that will knock your proverbials off!

6 Replies to “My, my, how time flies!”

    1. Thanks, Roy! I appreciate it! I might have a collaboration with a group of geeky ladies coming up – if it pans out, I was wondering if you might be up for an interview?

  1. Hey Lady! Glad to see you’re back!
    …keep it up, shero! I need your blogging during NANOWRIMO to inspire me for my own little writing endeavour 😀
    Hope you and the gang are well. I regret that I didn’t get a chance to come over and say “Hi” at the pub a couple of months ago. Glad you guys are still doing yer thang at the woods

      1. Really!? You’d do that for me!? 😀 that would be awesome!

        …in fact, I am putting together a ‘Player’s Manual’ for an Action Adventure game I am hoping to run in the New Year. Its for kids and adults, and draws inspiration from larp. If you could write something hopeful about hobbies like larp, that might keep my flagging motivation up!

        It would be nice to feel that low-tech, action-oriented games still have a place in a world increasingly clamouring for high-tech indoor pursuits like VR.

        Alas, according to search metrics on Google Trends, searches for the term “larp” have been in decline since 2012.

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