To 2016 that is. I’m sure even if the big END was near, there would be hardly anything we can do, so with that, I say enjoy the little things and the big things in life. Hell, enjoy the lows and the blows. They make us who we are and who we are as individuals is very unique.

So, 2016. What a year it’s been. Life has chucked pretty big events at me. Job that sucked my soul, to a job that is ok, but not too ok (cause I still have that film thing to pursue remember). To getting hitched and beyond, it’s been a pretty big year for me (but not my blog I guess). My apologies. I’ll try more religious next year. New year, new beginning… And perhaps a new release.
I have all but one regret this year, and that is that I haven’t been able to write as much as I used to, or want to for that matter. And I hope what I have managed to write has entertained you, and kept you company for a bit. 
The end is neigh! Another year gone. Another resolution (or two) have also gone unfinished. As 2017 approaches, I’m actually hesitant to set any resolutions. That way no disappointment at the end of it. 
I hope many of you managed to cross of a thing or two from your own list. Were they difficult ones or easy? Were you being realistic with yourself? What are your new resolutions? 
I have a few I’d like to achieve:

1) publish my second book

2) finish the pending films

3) work on the feature script

4) save enough money to make more films

5) enjoy life doing things I love doing (writing, writing, and maybe shooting – a film that is).

6) become a fabulous writer/director 

Will I do all these? I doubt it. The tops three are possibly achievable in the new year. The bottom three? Who knows. Let’s aim shall I?!
My immediate resolution as this year winds down and we all wind up to celebrate, I will endeavor to post more, stories and updates on releases (yes, my second novel, Charming Mr Stewart is being touched up and then released into the wild). I wish me luck and I wish you the best end to the season.
Enjoy what’s left of the year. Happy holidays my lovelies 
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