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Writing, writing & writing

Hi readers,

Sorry I’ve been AWOL. I have good reason. I’m a writer. What am I supposed to do? Write? Well…of course! Duh!

My writing projects consume most of my time (it’s a good thing). Therefore, of late, I’ve found little time to update this blog. Just so you know I’m still around, I thought I’d drop by with a quick post. I love this blog and I owe it to you (my readers) to write interesting stuff you want to read. I appreciate your loyalty, so please bear with me while I rearrange my calendar for the year. There will be new, entertaining, informing and fun posts coming soon.

Writing is art, writing is painting

I took this photo when the clouds were doing the wonderful weird formation thing they do. Look closely and you’ll see a crocodile. Funny that, when crocodiles feature in Kendwa’s Secret. I love watching clouds; finding faces, animals, mythical creatures and occasionally a pretty fluffy cloud like shaving cream. When the sun or moon cast a coloured glow they look like a painting from nature’s art gallery. Enjoy my quote for the day.

I’ll be back with exciting news soon. In the meanwhile why don’t you join the Almythea Facebook page, for up-to-date information on my latest collaborative project. I am truly grateful for working with amazing people. The project is beyond exciting. In fact, it’s out of this world.



Donna Munro is the author of The Zanzibar Moon, Kendwa's Secret and Elephant Creek, freelance writer, blogger, graphic designer, content writer, book marketer, administrator, web editor and book reader. She's been published in Take Five, The Australian Woman's Weekly, For Me, She, That's Life, Woman's Day and Club Life and other smaller publications. She is a proud member of Romance Writers of Australia and the current Administrative Assistant. Donna lives in Queensland and is addicted to beaches, reading, Peanut Butter, elephants, koalas, Sydney Roosters and Home & Away. You'll often find her digging her toes in the sand with a book in her hand.

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