Showing posts from January, 2018

Guess What?? I'm Starting a New Blog!!

My dear dear friends, I have the most exciting announcement to make!

Slightly impulsively but after due consideration nonetheless, I have come to the conclusion that it is time for me to start a new blog.

Tangle Webs and Fairy Rings has been a delightfully fun little place for the last...three years? Yes, three years--the first post went up in July 2015. My, how time has flown. And I've been fond of it, yes I have. I've learned so much about blogging, and made some really wonderful friends (something I never expected when I set up this shy little website!).

However. As I hope to be published one day, I cannot go by Lucy Agnes forever. And now is as good a time as any to reveal my true name to you. And while I was designing a new profile, I thought I might as well go the whole length and start a new blog. A slightly more professional one.

Typically for me, I'm too sentimental to delete this first attempt at blogging altogether, so this site will still be here.

But from no…

The Motherly Writer's Award

Happy New Year, everyone! A few weeks late, that is...but the year still feels new and sparkly. Especially taking into account the beautiful snowfall my neck of the woods has gotten. Don't you love it when winter is wintery? Things should be true to their nature, they should, they should. *sage nod*

Well! Naturally it would be quite nice to have a sparkly New Year's Post to go along with the New Year...but. The lovely Belle Anne @ Worlds of Ink and Paper has semi-recently tagged me for a beautifully named tag, and I could not resist the temptation to finally post it.

So! Without further ado, here is the Motherly Writer's Award!!

(And isn't Belle's little tag picture perfect??? All the other images in this post come from Pinterest.)

How motherly are you to your characters? What sort of a mother? Strict but attentive? Spoiling and soft? Tender but cautious? Or perhaps you are one of those writer mothers who is not so motherly?

Lately, I'm afraid, I have been a bu…