Courtney Brandt is on the show reviewing Written in History: Letters that Changed the World by Simon Sebag Montefiore! pic.twitter.com/qdxlNzeEwa
— EmiratesLitFest (@EmiratesLitFest) October 27, 2018
‘When History Meets Fantasy’ session with Courtney Brandt, @leocarew1 and @rehankhanauthor is happening now at Al Ras 2. Don’t miss out on the last day of the #DubaiLitFest @EmiratesLitFest pic.twitter.com/L6uWpmQDxr
— Sarah Madani (@sarahmmadani) March 9, 2019
I recently found out you can look up your name on Twitter – and found a few things! Please allow this moment of self-promotion. Thank you! Also, please feel free to follow me on Twitter (I’m very political over there).
It seemed like a good time to use this series to try my hand at my other novels as well! I like this one for Julia from Confessions of a Teenage Band Geek. My favorite tenor player is originally a drum set player, and this seemed like a good fit for her. Anyway, I’m having fun – so let’s see what happens next!
Half an hour ago they were on their honeymoon; now they were forty.”
Last Couple Standing, Matthew Norman
While I think (?) I’m enjoying this book, there are some weird things going on. However, this sentence is 100% true.
Still having fun with this series, and yes, I see more in the future, because, why not? J is obviously for Juliette, and I feel like I’ll definitely be playing around a bit more with this one.
Next up, some of the initials from my marching band series! And then I might have to see about my other titles.