We now interrupt your regular scheduled programming with a message from a Wee Lassie

What Ho My Wee Readers – I’m back, and I haven’t died or vanished from the face of the earth. Unfortunately my course work became somewhat overwhelming – so I had to make some cutbacks on the rest of my work, and the blog lost out mainly because there isn’t a deadline for the work I do here.

Anyway, happy times ahead because I’m back, along with some exciting news. Check out my Stories page and you’ll find a brand new addition – my short story, ‘The Squirrel’ was accepted for issue 7 of the online magazine, Route 7. Check it out and marvel at the authentic use of Doric. Also, we’ll have some new blog posts hopeful up soon, including but not limited to:

12 Vegan Meals cooked by a complete amateur

Due to some personal reasons, I’ve taken control of the cooking for my family – behold and watch the terror unfold before you

The Top Ten Books of a Wee Lassie’s GoodReads Challenge

If you’ve followed me on GoodReads than you might know that I’ve finally completed my Reading Challenge for the year – this is my top ten favorites.

Cool Motive, Still Murder: an in-depth look at why the Sherlock Christmas special is not feminist, it’s stupid

I think this one speaks for itself.

A World without Aliens: why what works for Firefly, can’t work for Star Wars

Ditto with this one

Friends: This is not the Best Day of Your Life

Din’t you ever find it both annoying and very strange how Friends treated the desire to be a bride, not only as expected for women, but so commonplace that even women from completely different countries, can understand it in each other, even over their own future husbands. Yes, it’s another Friends post – but if the Friends’ writers didn’t want lengthy think pieces twenty five years after their show began, then they should have taken more care to make it age better.

The Amateur Vegan Cook: Christmas Lunch addition

Yes, that’s right I’m cooking Christmas Dinner this year

And since J.K Rowling is kicking up dirt again – surprise everyone who hasn’t read my earlier post, J.K. Rowling is supporting a transphobe – I’ll be talking a bit about her work, and just well…all the things I kind of just let slide first time round, because of the lightening bolt shaped stars in my eyes. Also the fact that I was basically six when I started reading the Harry Potter books.

And that’s about it – a story published, an update that I’m not quite dead yet, and some plans for the future.

If you’ve enjoyed this Wee refresher into the insanity which is my mind, don’t forget to follow the wee blog if you haven’t already. Also check me out on Instagram and Twitter, along with my Goodreads, Pinterest and Tumblr accounts. Thank you for your infinite patience during this long hiatus between posts that we’ve somehow found ourselves in – I’ll try not to take so long with the next one. So, until next time my wee readers, have a bonny day.