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Day 12 of the #bookfairyspotlight and #kiwibookcountdown brings to you, the wonderful Vivianne Flintoff. VIvianne grew up in Fiji and as an adult obtained a M.Couns and P.G. Cert (Counselling Supervision) from the @waikatouniversity . She has worked as a school guidance counsellor, manager of a social service agency, clinical leader of a multi-site social service agency, and counsellor-educator at both under-graduate and graduate levels. Vivianne has published locally and internationally in professional journals, as well as in Walking New Zealand.
About the Book
Kiwi On The Camino: A Walk that Changed My Life.
In 2014, Vivianne Flintoff, with her husband, trekked 900 kilometres beginning at St-Jean-Pied-de-Port in France. They crossed the Pyrenees and walked the French route to Santiago. Two days later, they began the remaining 100 kilometres to Finisterre, on the Atlantic Coast, where legend has it that St James preached. In Kiwi on the Camino, Vivianne courageously, honestly, and with humour tells of the pain, (she badly sprained her left ankle just three days before beginning the walk), fears, anxieties, challenges, fun, and friendships encountered along the Way of St. James. Her life is radically changed at the completion of this epic walk. As she walked, Vivianne realized she had embarked upon a spiritual adventure that was requiring her to face up to her fears and shortcomings and, at the same time, come to a place of self-compassion.
Hamilton: Rose Garden, Lake Rotoroa
Tauranga: Harrington Street (Loft Building)
See the artwork progression of Olthria, the capital of Authrein. Brilliantly illustrated by @robertcrescenzio. Check out his other works at robertcrescenzio.artstation.com.
I've been fortunate enough to work with multiple artists as they help me bring "Rising Tempest" to life! Can't wait to share the rest soon!
Sometimes self care is letting yourself go from the impossible standards you put on yourself... and sometimes it’s having a bath with wine and a face mask and making fart bubbles 🙌🏻 self care comes in all shapes and sizes - you do you! 🛁
Have you ordered your first crate yet?? Its the perfect “I love you” to future you! (Or someone dear) ... and just as much fun as bath farts 😜 only 2 days left to order!!
1) Somewhere in Santa Fe, NM. 2) A staged hold up on a train trip from Taos to Santa Fe, NM. And I’m wearing a Navajo handmade necklace; I still have it, hehe. 3) Los Alamos, NM. 4) Driving through Arizona, coming back to California from Los Alamos, New Mexico - where I lived for three months in 1993. 5) #Brazil , March of 1986.
MAP MONDAY and day 11 of the #lbcgvchallenge which is Ketterdam.
I just got Caraval on Black Friday and the map inside is absolutely gorgeous! 😍
Happy Monday! Got through my History and Spanish final today and I'm pretty confident about them but I still have my Pre-Calculas, Chemistry, and AP Language exams left. Can't wait until Wednesday when finals are over! When studying I usually like to listen to classical music or film soundtracks to help me concentrate. Tea also helps me de-stress a bit while studying. Hope you all had a great Monday and good luck to anyone else who has finals this week! #qotd What are some things that you do to help you concentrate and study?
#Thebitchsetmeupbooktag This tag, created by me (with the help of Mayor Berry. RIP bratha) is to put all the deviant chicks in literature (lit) on notice. I'm talking murderers, cheaters, in the closet bed winches, chicks that cut off a man"s manhood, kidnappers, psychos, child molesters, chicks that topple governments, and yes, chicks that set up Mayors for the FBI! You know who they are! Ladies, now you may consider some of these lit chicks your alternate ego, and that's ok. Just don't act on impulse or you may find yourself on this list. 😈 Have fun guys. Share #thebitchsetmeupbooktag with your friends. All YouTube book tubers, let's get some videos out and tag your friends.
The first lit chick on the list goes to Annie Wilkes, that hair raising psycho in #StevenKing Misery. Oh ya, ol girl kidnapped her number one author, Paul Sheldon, after he crashed his car in a snow storm near Annie's home. Shit goes down hill from there. First the bad breath, then the drugs, and the pig. Annie puts Paul on notice when she find out he did away with Misery Chastain. Oh ya, you know the type; those book maniacs that can't separate life from fiction; that's Annie😲 On top of that, Annie is a child killer as well. Damn this girl is a evil ass pig hugger. Anyway, Paul has to escape from Annie's cluches, and with two broken legs, the bratha is hammered for real. You've gots ta read Misery to find out how Paul crawls his way out of this one . One more thing ladies; please don't make any diary entries!
🌻🌱 #currentlyreading 🌱🌻 I’m 120 pages into Alias Grace and I’m still not sure how I feel about it. It feels slow but I’m also reading it a lot faster than I expected to considering the fact that I’m not too engrossed in it. I really like Margaret Atwood’s writing style and the storyline itself is interesting but a little meandering. I’m waiting for it to pick up a bit! This story also reminds me a lot of Burial Rites by Hannah Kent which I love! ⭐️ Have you read Alias Grace? What were your thoughts?
I find this so true. Writing has never been something I do to make money - which is just as well since there is not much to be made 😀 My reason for writing has always been to express myself, to create something durable, and to entertain others. My joy comes from the wonderful letters, emails and reviews my writing elicits from my readers. Thank you if you are one of them. #amwriting#amediting#amazonkindle#novels#amwritingfiction#bookreviews are so welcome! #readers
..we all deal with pain in different ways. some trudge through it alone, in their paced time, and sounds of silence of their own. some scream it to the world, inviting anyone and everyone into their inner, hidden home. some create, expressing it with pens on paper, or carving it out atop stone. some kill it with exercise, or numb it with tv's; a needle in their vein, or a knife to their bone. and some, fly free from it, far away to a heaven unknown. either way, we all cope with our lone hurt differently, and each of us feel it, every day. so just remember, when you are passing by people smiling in the street, that we all have valleys within us, and wounds so deep that may never be shown. and that no matter the facade we wear, or the pictures we post that you see on your phone, be kind to all, before you reap what may need to be sewn..