I blogged about the first half of 2015 in June 2015, so here's a wrap of the rest of my year.
After those shaky months things settled down a bit and uni went really well. I mean, it wasn't easy but I could work through it.
In 2015 I helped start Perth YA Book Club with your fav Tilly Booth. It gave me the opportunity to host a twitter chat with Pieces of Sky author Trinity Doyle, I met some awesome people through group events and have had great discussions as well. Our numbers are slowly growing, but I hope our little group sticks around for a while yet.
At the end of 2015 I finally released my eight part short story Spellbinder on Wattpad. If you like stories about magic, curses and girls who save themselves, then you'll love Spellbinder.
Some things I really enjoyed in 2015:
There's heaps more I could include in this list, but that's the last half of 2015 in a nutshell.
This year I'll be studying, writing and hopefully one-step closer to my goal of becoming an author. I've already had a short story of mine published over at Mookychick. It's called A New Life and it's basically about the inbetween place where you have to make a life altering decision that could change everything. It's the first piece I've written that's entirely in second person and I hope you enjoy it.
I won't be blogging here frequently, but I'll be around on all of my social media stuff (check the side bar for the links). I hope you had a great start to the year and that it's going okay so far.
Anjulie Te Pohe
Founder of Koru Mag | Mookychick contributor | Avid reader and writer of YA | Takatapui (Maori & bi/queer) | She/Them | Contact: email@example.com