As pretty much everyone else has said in their yearly roundups and reviews, 2020 was, to put it mildly, a bit rubbish. One of the best things I did this year was to start outlining monthly goals and tracking data with a Life Journal.
Around this time last year I released RISE, a collection of poems about motherhood, family, old friends, spiritual journeys and the sea. This year is the turn of BEACH GLASS & OLD BONES, poems with a strong focus on belonging, becoming and mental health. Both ePubs are, and always will be, free on Smashwords. https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/tabathawood
I thought it was time to pull together my awards eligibility post for 2020. This also serves as a nice round up of things I achieved throughout this incredibly strange and surprising year. Most of these are eligible for any horror and speculative fiction awards including the New Zealand Sir Julius Vogel Awards, and the
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Halloween may be officially over, but the witching hour doesn’t abide by any particular day, and spooky can be celebrated at any time. I wanted to share with you an excerpt of some witchy fiction I’ve been working on lately, to be released in 2021. This excerpt is copyright. No part may be stored or