Please help me welcome guest author Rayne Hall.
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Since adopting Sulu from the cat shelter, I have the perfect excuse for everything.
Rayne Hall has published more than fifty books in several languages under several pen names with several publishers in several genres, mostly fantasy, horror and non-fiction. She is the author of the bestselling Writer’s Craft series (Writing Fight Scenes, Writing Scary Scenes, Writing About Villains, Writing About Magic and more) and editor of the Ten Tales short story anthologies.
She is a trained publishing manager, holds a masters degree in Creative Writing, and has worked in the publishing industry for over thirty years.
Having lived in Germany, China, Mongolia and Nepal, she has now settled in a small dilapidated town of former Victorian grandeur on the south coast of England where she enjoys reading, gardening and long walks along the seashore. She shares her home with a black cat adopted from the cat shelter. Sulu likes to lie on the desk and snuggle into Rayne’s arms when she’s writing.
You can follow here on Twitter where she posts advice for writers, funny cartoons and cute pictures of her cat.
To see her books on Amazon, go to viewAuthor.at/RayneHall.
So delighted to see Rayne here – she’s one of my favorite people on Twitter. You just can’t get enough cat pics! Always brightens my day. 🙂
I chat with her more than most on Twitter and enjoy her cat pictures, too. 🙂
I suspect it’s Sulu, not me, who’s one of your favourite people on Twitter. 😉
Woah, Sulu’s everywhere at once! Maybe all 9 of his lives are active at the same time, in different places. Story fodder maybe?
I fear Sulu used most of his nine lives in the first month he lived with me. He had to explore everything – especially if it had a motor, electric power or rotating blades.
He tested power sockets by inserting his claws into them, tried to open the kitchen blender while it was running on high, and hitched rides on the lawnmower so he could stick his head between the blades.
It was a relief when he gave up his engineering experiments and discovered a passion for books instead.