Sunday Post | May 2019

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These last two weeks have marked the end of an era for me. I have left both my part-time jobs, and enjoyed a fabulous leaving do with all of my colleagues from the library who I will miss a lot. This is all because I start a new full time job on Tuesday, which I is both exciting and terrifying at the same time.

As an update from my last Sunday Post, to those of you who predicted I would finish my children’s book first. You were correct. However I am still yet to decide what to do with it. I have reached the half-way point of my main YA novel this week too though, as I know I will have a lot less time to write once I start working full time. I hope you are all well, what have you all been up to this week?


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15 thoughts on “Sunday Post | May 2019

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  1. Thank you so much for featuring my post 💜 Yes I did watch eurovision in our annual tradition!
    We ate Israeli inspired food and my daughters stayed up late to cheer and dance (though both fell asleep before the end of the entries!!) I felt really bad for the way they built up then broke Sweden’s dreams!
    Good luck for starting the new job tomorrow ✨

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  2. Good luck for your new job, Rachel.

    And yes I did watch Eurovision! I thought the winning song was pretty good compared to a lot of the others. I also liked Denmark, Estonia, Russia, Greece and Azerbaijan. The staging for Australia was incredible, but I didn’t like the song. What did you think?

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