I think it's called something clever like 'executive functioning', where you know there's stuff to do but there's too much to do so you don't even know how to start. Or I just completely forgot it what day it was and ... yeah.
Here's this week's newsletter!
Quite frankly, I'm amazed at myself. Click here to read this week's MG and YA events newsletter.
Sometimes people lose track of how old they are. I sometimes put the wrong issue # on the newsletters. Same thing. Here's the latest edition.
In which I brag about getting up at 5am for the Eurovision and hang the consequences. Also, MG and YA book news, events, launches etc.
Loads of cool stuff! Including the fab news that YA author Dhonielle Clayton is coming to town!
Carly Nugent is this year's winner with her upper MG novel, The Peacock Detectives. Here's a Q&A with Carly, including inspiration for the book from growing up in Bright, Victoria. Congratulations Carly!
People keep subscribing to the newsletter, which makes me realise how useful it is. Huzzah! And I'm just as shocked as anyone that I'm still going!
Click here for Issue 30, April 16.
I'm having fun finding cute ferret pics for each issue.