Decisions, decisions.

Life has been quiet as I’ve been recovering from surgery. It’s been a time of rest, worry, IMG_6899gratefulness, fear, joy, exhaustion ~ it’s pretty much been a sea of feelings here.

(If you’d like to know more I’ve made a few vlogs. I chat about ovarian cancer and hysterectomies and getting better… A total overshare 🙂 But for a very good reason; womens health.)

In amongst all this, the third and final book in my Langstone Bay trilogy was released, and publication day just kind of happened around me.

I didn’t  do all the social media posting I would normally, and I wasn’t bouncing up and down with equal measures of excitement and anxiety.

Publication day ended up being a time of reflection. I’ve loved writing this series, and The Witches of Langstone Bay-3.jpggetting to know the characters. These are the only books I’ve ever written, and I’ve been carrying this story around for so long… and seeing Cold Moon finally completed, to become a book, with a cover and a spine…  I just don’t have the words at how serene and happy it makes me feel.

So I’m here to say I’m on the mend, the cancer has, thankfully, all been removed, and my dream of writing the story I’ve been carrying around since I was a teenager sits in front of me, in the form of three beautiful books.

With that said, I’m going to spend the next few days smiling, and the next couple of months deciding what’s next.

Take care lovely folks,

J xx


A ramble on Instagram, Youtube and making the world a smaller place.

I’ve been swimming about in a sea of synchronicity just lately, and because of this I find Witches love the interneti’m going to ‘overshare’…

I opened this little corner of the word wide web as I had hoped that I’d be able to share things on my journey that other people might find useful too.

I was going to be informative but focused…

You know what I wasn’t going to do? I wasn’t going to get too personal – Well, as it turns out, that’s a load of ol’nonsense and I should stop massively over analysing everything.

You see, I’m semi in the broom closet — and fear and the anticipated judgement of others, are great motivators for remaining private.

But I just keep reminding myself; you get back what you put out into the world.

I’ve met some wonderful people, i’ve been more open and trusting, and more revealing of my nature — and I have the internet to thank for that. I’ve found myself being a part of the on-line community — I’ve been reading some fabulous books, (I’ll be sure to share those in another post,) and they have been feeding my seeking soul.

Reading and joining in with the wonderful conversations, and watching the vlogs and videos have introduced me to people who are just like me; trying to find their way.

I have been able to take my time; take baby steps – and people have been kind and funny – but mostly, they’re helpful. The internet has made the world reachable, and I’d like to say thank you for it. I’m putting together a list of some great Youtubers and instagramers that i’ll share soon. But for now, it’s 2015’s one-week-aversary, have a great day, and Bright Blessings All.

Jo x