December ,31 2014
Top 3 of 2014

Here we are on the last day of 2014! Can you believe it? I'm still trying to get my head around it. The year has definitely been an interesting one and one that I would qualify as a really good year. There's been a lot of great times and laughs along the way. Some tears and some frustrations, but every emotion is important to reflect on. new year I've written before that I am not a fan of New Years resolutions. But I love reflecting on the best things that have happened in the year. I've narrowed it down to three things this year and I thought I would share them with you all : )

Number Three

Going to the opera to see Roberto Devereaux.

For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to go to the opera. It's one of those bucket list things and last May, my sister and I got tickets. Buying a new fancy dress and walking into the beautiful theatre was all that I imagined and I was happy to finally scratch it off the list : )

Number Two

Starting my blog and reading my first comment.

It took a few months to get this blog from an idea to the Internet but Novellette has grown to be a very important part of my life and I wouldn't change getting to write to you guys for the world. I love reading comments and getting to hear what you all are thinking about.

Number One

Publishing my novel Altai.

Hands down, it would have been one of the greatest moments I've ever experienced. From the time I was little, writing has always been my comfort. I find solace in words and stories. Getting to finally share my stories and characters with people is my ultimate dream. It's encouraged me to keep going and keep writing and one day my dream of writing professionally for a full-time career will happen.

What are your top three moments of 2014?

Have an awesome New Years Eve whether out partying or relaxing at home and I'll talk to you all in 2015. 2015, guys! Let's make it a great year!

xo NovelletteĀ 


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