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This is me hopefully managing to put a Welcome message at the top of my Dreamwidth journal *crosses fingers*.

To all those new to my LJ, my name is Tasha (aka Beren for fanfic purposes). I am a full time author and run a small publishing company (Wittegen Press) with my sister [personal profile] thwax. On this journal you will find me talking about my books, my fanfic, my favourite movies, my favourite bands, recipes and anything else that strikes my fancy.

Check out my user info or the links down the side for my fanfic listings and below are all my books.

I welcome all friends, but please don't be offended if I don't friend you back if you have nothing on your LJ or your don't post much or you're under 16. If you are new to LJ, so your LJ is empty, drop me a comment here so I know you're not a troll/spam bot. 98% of all my posts are public, so it makes no difference.

My Novels )

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beren_writes: Manga portraits of Harry and Draco (Default)
For those who may be interested I now have a personal comm over on Imzy.

I intend to use it kind of like here :)

https://www.imzy.com/tashas_thoughts

I have 199 invites. Apparently all you have to do is go there, enter your email or phone (depending on which you wish to use to login) and click request invitation, then I have to approve you. I assume then you are a member of Imzy and a member of my comm.

P.S. if you have personal blog comms on Imzy, LMK where they are so I can join :)
beren_writes: Adam Lambert with headphone apparently having an orgasm ;) (al - oh yeah!)
So on Monday I mentioned I am in the final editing stage of my new Vampire Romance novel. It's going to be serialised on Wattpad - which means everyone gets to read it for free.

Well yesterday I finally decided on a title:

Dead Before Dawn: The Vampire Curse

This means I could also finish the cover.
Dead Before Dawn: The Vampire Curse - cover

About Wattpad

Wattpad is a place to read free fiction of all kinds. It has fanfic as well as lots of original fiction. You need an account, but it takes a matter of moments to set up. You can log in with Facebook, G+ or an email and password combo. Once you have an account you can follow users and add stories to your library or reading lists. Your library is private, your reading lists are public.

For writers there are competitions to enter and things like that as well, to help raise your profile.


Let me know your account name in a comment and I'll follow you.

beren_writes: Loki smiling with the words "Sweet and innocent ... honestly" (Avengers - Loki sweet and innocent)


Happy Birthday to:
22nd: [livejournal.com profile] drinkingcocoa, [livejournal.com profile] motherendurance, [livejournal.com profile] saifai
23rd: [livejournal.com profile] velven, [livejournal.com profile] tamaralm30, [livejournal.com profile] the_owlcat/[personal profile] the_owlcat
24th: [livejournal.com profile] pumpkinstine, [livejournal.com profile] broadlicnic,[personal profile] starlaces/[livejournal.com profile] starlaces
[livejournal.com profile] soberloki/[personal profile] soberloki
25th: [livejournal.com profile] jackhallin, [livejournal.com profile] karaz,[personal profile] karaz
26th: [livejournal.com profile] cynical_terror
27th: [livejournal.com profile] fairyeyez27
28th: [livejournal.com profile] fallen_jam,[personal profile] anatta

I hope you all have great birthdays and Many Happy Returns to every one of you.

Stuff

I have been lax in the last couple of weeks, sorry - I've been watching too much of the Olympics. Wow, our little nation came second in the medal table - amazing :) It's inspiring to see so many people from all over the world coming together to celebrate the best in sport.

I'm also madly trying to finish a novel I plan to serialise on Wattpad. It's vampire romance and based on an RPF fanfic I wrote ages ago, but I've changed all the main characters and added in a good five chapters, where each chapter is between 2 and 3K words. I intend to publish chapters weekly once I have it done. For anyone who wants to follow me, my Wattpad is here: NatashaDuncanDrake. Let me know who you are and I'll follow you back :).
beren_writes: Coulson in shades - says Son of Cool (AV - Son of Cool)
Could definitely have done without the excitement this morning.

Now I usually get up just as Rob is leaving the house, but this morning I was communing with Ruby (she wants lots of loves at the moment because we were away all weekend - you can tell by the loud purring). So when I finally stumbled out of bed the first thing I notice is Rob's wallet, which now also holds his phone, on the kitchen table.

So I hightail it to bedroom, throw on some clothes and leap in the car. I pull up at our local station just as the train is pulling out. Bollocks!

So I head home.

Then I think to myself - he has to wait at Ashford, I can catch him there. So I throw a bra on this time as well as a t-shirt - the right side in this time too :). Leap in the car and bomb my way to Ashford station.

The nice man on the gate lets me straight through and tells me which platform. I try and make it there as quickly as poss, but I'm not that fast! On the platform another nice lady helps me get a tannoy
announcement. No Rob. The Stratford train is about to leave. So I talk to the guard, who takes the wallet and says he will make an announcement on the train, or leave it at St Pancreas to be picked up if Rob doesn't show on the train.

I drive home.

Rob is waiting for me - he caught the local train back. Bugger! Must have missed him by about a minute at Ashford.

So back to Ashford we go. I drop him off and wait, just in case they won't let him on, but he doesn't come back, so I assume all is fine.

I drive home and finally use the bathroom and clean my teeth, then get some breakfast and finally Rob rings me, he is reunited with his wallet and phone. Phew.

Please lets not do this again :) We now have a plan in place - if it happens again, I will try to get to Chartham station, but will then sit tight if that's a bust.
beren_writes: Loki smiling with the words "Sweet and innocent ... honestly" (Avengers - Loki sweet and innocent)
I did mean to post this with the birthdays, but DW had other ideas - managed to hit a key that posted the entry before I was ready for it, hence my weekend has its own post :).

Rob and I had a long weekend away from everything and pampered ourselves, it was wonderful. We haven't been away as a couple in quite a long time and it was so much fun.

We went to Cheltenham and stayed in a lovely luxury B&B called Beaumont House.
Beaumont House - Cheltenham

It's a beautiful old house as you can see and it has been done out so well. All the rooms are top notch. Our bed was huge Hypnos bed and it was so comfy. We also opted for the Romantic Stay option so we had Prosecco and Choccies waiting for us when we arrived. The breakfasts were also wonderful (smoked salmon and scrambled eggs for me - so yummy). I left a full review on TripAdvisor if you'd like to see.

It was quite funny because we arrived and had all this romantic stuff in our room and what did we do? Sat down, had some bubbly, ate some choccies and watched Quincy on TV - LOL. We wanted a nice rest before we went out to dinner in the evening :).

We went to the Daffodil for dinner - a very nice restaurant. It's in a converted cinema and it has a 20s theme. Fine dining with some amazing food. We had the tasting menu and it was wonderful. Only hangup was the wine flight to go with it - I think someone had a job lot on French wines! Again I reviewed on TripAdvisor if you'd like to see what I thought in detail.

On Friday we headed to Stratford-upon-Avon because we had tickets to see Hamlet at the RSC in the evening. We went via a little place called Bourton-on-the-Water (they like their hyphens in Gloustershire ;)). Beautiful place and the DragonFly Maze is fun, but we were only there until about 11 and by then it was already heaving with people.

We also stopped off at Daylesford Farm Shop and Restaurant. Nice food, but over priced, I thought. However, run by very good staff.


When we reached Stratford we went on a River Boat Tour, which was more of a pootle along the river than much of a tour, but it was relaxing and fun. Then we had some food before going to the theatre. The current production of Hamlet is amazing. Paapa Essiedu is simply brilliant, there is no other way of putting it. I hope they put on an encore showing of the RSC Live version at the local cinema so I can drag the rest of the family along to see it :).

On Sat we went to Sudeley Castle and arrived as it opened. It's very beautiful and has some great exhibitions.
Sudeley Castle

Yep - you guessed I left a review on TripAdvisor for this one too :)

Then we took a quick jaunt around the countryside and went back to our B&B before deciding where to go out to eat in the evening. There are so many lovely places to eat in Cheltenham that it was hard to decide, but we plumped on Moran's Eating House. Ignore the menus on the website - they've just changed them and the new one is excellent. Moran's may not have been as ponsy as The Daffodil, but the food was amazingly good. So very tasty. If you want a run down on what we had check out my full review on TripAdvisor.

We stopped off to visit with some friends on the way home on Sunday and it was simply the most awesome of long weekends. The only problem now if we have to go back at some point because there is so much to do around there.
beren_writes: Manga portraits of Harry and Draco (Default)


Happy Birthday to:
25th: [personal profile] lena204
27th: [livejournal.com profile] fyredancer/[personal profile] fyredancer, [livejournal.com profile] dramaphile
28th: [livejournal.com profile] 69512
29th: [livejournal.com profile] koyappi,[personal profile] argylepiratewd, [livejournal.com profile] eyoko
30th: [livejournal.com profile] lksnarry1,[personal profile] jadehunter, [livejournal.com profile] terrayndian/[personal profile] terrayndian, [livejournal.com profile] moniquemo,[personal profile] wolfangeldeath[livejournal.com profile] txrabbit
31st: [livejournal.com profile] tarnationawaits,[personal profile] ampersandjay


I hope you all have great birthdays and Many Happy Returns to every one of you.

Sumac

Okay, so I mentioned Sumac briefly the other day when I spoke about making Chicken Shawarma and now I have come back to speak some more about it, because it tastes wonderful and I've been reading up on it.

Apparently it's really good for you too.

I  had never heard of it until last week and now I am telling everyone I know how wonderful it is. There's even one study that suggests it has properties that help control type 2 diabetes, but they're still on going.

About all else it tastes lovely and is wonderful in yoghurt with mint. It has a lemony zesty flavour, but with something else as well and without all the hassle of trying to zest a lemon and leave behind all the pith :). It is a middle eastern ingredient so middle eastern super markets will have it, and so does Amazon, at least in the UK. Oh yes and in the US - just search for sumac :)

It's one of the main spices in za'atar, a mixture of thyme, sesame seeds and sumac in equal amounts.

Do you use sumac? What is your favourite recipe?
beren_writes: Loki smiling with the words "Sweet and innocent ... honestly" (Avengers - Loki sweet and innocent)
Dreams

I thought I'd continue the theme of dreams, since I've mentioned them two days running. This morning's one (which is the only one I remember) was weird. I ended up at this sale of all sorts of junk and it was stacked in these really high metal shelves, like in a warehouse, only surrounded by lots of open space.

The only bit I can explain was rummaging through some clothing jumble and finding all my own clothes. This is because I forgot to put the undies out to dry yesterday and it was playing on my mind :) - that and my fabulous new trousers. I now have 3 pairs of the ones I mentioned yesterday from M&S.
Laundry
Pokemon GO

I have not yet experienced the wonders of Pokemon GO. I have something of a drawback - no phone. I doubt the phone I am going to get will be compatible either since it will be Soph's old one which is Rob's from two phones ago.
Pokemon Go

However, it is lovely to see so many people enjoying it so much. Very few things bring people together and this seems to. In fact I have only seen one negative post about it so far (excluding the news, which of course is trying to make clickbait out of everything as usual). To all my friends playing, I hope you are having lots of fun.

Unfried Chinese Rice

I did Chinese chicken yesterday for tea and served it with this recipe for unfried Chinese Rice and it's was really nice. I left out the ham, since it was a side dish and it still worked beautifully. Easy to make veggie and gluten free too.
beren_writes: Loki smiling with the words "Sweet and innocent ... honestly" (Avengers - Loki sweet and innocent)
Woot!

I mean that deserves a post all on it's own, right? :)

So many trousers on the high street these days do not take into account that larger sizes mean the body in them is going to be a different shape. I have an arse, it needs somewhere to fit into :D.

Marks and Spenser straight leg joggers are awesome - not only do they come in many lengths, but they take into account the rear end too. They don't have pockets, but then you can't have everything ;).

More Dreams

My dreams last night were not as interesting as the night before, but then I didn't actually get that much sleep - too hot!

They did involve Ghostbusters - so win - but the only bit I remember was something to do with a college ladies loo at some kind of convention. Not exactly hard hitting, exciting stuff :).

Chicken Shawarma

I made chicken schawama for dinner last night from this recipe: Chicken shawarma flatbreads with yogurt recipe. It was delicious and perfect for the end of a really hot day. I used low fat yogurt and wholemeal wraps as well, so it was good for us too. Rob ate 2.5 wraps and they weren't little wraps either, so he really liked it. First time I have used sumac as a spice - yummy.

I'm having fond Avengers memories now :).



beren_writes: Loki smiling with the words "Sweet and innocent ... honestly" (Avengers - Loki sweet and innocent)
The Dream

Had a great dream last night that ran all night even though I kept waking up and then going back to sleep.

I love how everything in dreams just feels so straight forward.

In this dream Tom Hiddleston (not any of his characters, but actually Tom) was an assassin a bit like the Winter Soldier. His whole life was a lie and had been arranged to give him the perfect cover to do the government's dirty work. He had still been educated at Eton etc and gone into acting, but the entire time he was being brainwashed as well to fulfil his designated role in life.

Tom Hiddleston

However, he was beginning to break his conditioning thanks to love ...

and this is where the dream got even prettier

... because he went to see Bucky for advice. Which of course it's totally logical that one brainwashed assassin would go looking for another one to talk shop and PTSD :)

There was some tension between the two of them because they'd come up against each other before. It was all very dramatic and exciting. I wish I could remember more of the details :)

Stuff

In other news I have a war wound from seeing Ghostbusters apparently :) According to my beloved I have a huge bruise on my bottom and I just remembered how I managed it :).

When we got into the cinema I was so excited I managed to aim incorrectly for the seat and sat on the cup holder instead. Hurt like the DIckens at the time, but I completely forgot about it. Totally worth it though :)
beren_writes: Loki smiling with the words "Sweet and innocent ... honestly" (Avengers - Loki sweet and innocent)


Happy Birthday to:
18th: [personal profile] sunshine
19th: [livejournal.com profile] onlyashade
20th: [personal profile] arineat
21st: [livejournal.com profile] paradise4writin
22nd: [livejournal.com profile] fangirl_07/[personal profile] fangirl_07, [livejournal.com profile] tazza_di_jo
23rd: [livejournal.com profile] tigertale7,[personal profile] kellyfaboo, [livejournal.com profile] wendywoo,[personal profile] mandaplz
24th: [personal profile] badfalcon

I hope you all have great birthdays and Many Happy Returns to every one of you.

Ghostbusters

So Soph and I saw Ghostbusters on Fridays afternoon (only 4 of us in the cinema because it was the first showing) and it is awesome. I'm now trying to find a time when I can drag Rob along to see it too.

I've written a full review (no spoilers) over here at my other blog: Review: Ghostbusters ROCKS!

Soph and I were laughing most of the way through, and not just little laughs, big ones.

Soph has also given her opinion over here at her blog: Review: Ghostbusters - Awesomesauce!

Can you guess how much we enjoyed it from the titles of our posts? ;)
beren_writes: Loki smiling with the words "Sweet and innocent ... honestly" (Avengers - Loki sweet and innocent)


Happy Birthday to:
11th: [livejournal.com profile] stormybear30, [livejournal.com profile] wickedfish
13th: [livejournal.com profile] midnytebloodlus
14th: [livejournal.com profile] spacetweenears
15th: [livejournal.com profile] gblvr, [livejournal.com profile] eirendel
16th: [livejournal.com profile] ladymadonnasky,[personal profile] medie, [livejournal.com profile] rositamia, [livejournal.com profile] jiapa
17th: [livejournal.com profile] littlemrstom

I hope you all have great birthdays and Many Happy Returns to every one of you.

Been away for the weekend and didn't get very much sleep - slept like a baby last night, but brain is mush today. Don't seem to really want to be awake. :) Hopefully everything will have rebooted properly by tomorrow! Created a whole new character on the way home in the car - now just need to brain power to write him down.
beren_writes: Loki smiling with the words "Sweet and innocent ... honestly" (Avengers - Loki sweet and innocent)
I did yesterday - I realised that I had never actually seen Hammer's Dracula all the way through. I've seen the end a hundred times and most of the other Hammer Dracula films, but not actually Dracula. I realised this when I saw a clip on Youtube and didn't recognise a couple of the actors as having been in the film - LOL.

Hammer Dracula - Christopher Lee

I rectified it of course - immediately :) I have now seen Hammer's Dracula with the wonderful Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing. I actually had to go and look up all the Dracula films to see which ones I had seen and which ones I hadn't. Turns out I hadn't seen The Brides of Dracula either, but now I have :).

It's hard to believe I hadn't seen them - I was sure I had seen the whole set. That's what comes of clips being shown all over the place. I almost had to give back my vampire obsession credentials! So not on! ;)

Have you ever been completely sure you have seen a film, only to find out that, actually, you've seen one like it, or the sequel and not actually the one you'd thought you'd watched? Or am I the only one that silly? :D
beren_writes: Loki smiling with the words "Sweet and innocent ... honestly" (Avengers - Loki sweet and innocent)
Dreams

Was having a great dream this morning when I woke up - Star Wars combined with Guardians of the Galaxy, well, at least Peter Quill seemed to be in the Star Wars universe with Finn and Poe and Rey. There was lots of talk of sex, but they never did actually get around to it (well except apparently for Poe having taught Finn all about butt plugs - I can make no excuse for my subconscious ;)). No sex on screen, as it were, though - that was a little disappointing, but mostly it was just a highly entertaining dream.

There was one part where Finn and Rey were trying to gross out Peter and Poe with a whole raw fish. I think that was thanks to a horror short I saw the other day with someone eating a raw fish.
Star Wars and Guardians

PC

This morning I made the executive decision to reboot my PC. Now to most this might not seem like an event, but I choose when to reboot very seriously - it takes at least 10 mins minimum and today it took 30 before my PC was actually ready to use again. I kid you not. My PC is eccentric.

I have to wait until it has finished faffing around to be able to do anything. I have no idea what it does because half the time task manager won't start until it's done everything it wants to, or it tells me nothing useful. I just open gmail in Chrome and wait until it can actually log in - then, if I'm lucky the machine is usable. If not I have to twiddle my thumbs for another 10-15 mins while it continues to contemplate its navel. I think it is Win10 being funny about my virus checker and other stuff, but I can't be sure. Fun, fun, fun.

I only reboot when I really have to - y'know, those times when you can all but hear the creaks ;)

When it needs a restart my PC can get very interesting. For example, it starts opening windows on a fourth screen I don't actually have. In most cases this doesn't matter, I simply shift right click on the icon and move it back to an actual monitor. However, Word can't cope with this - it crashes.

I can get it to start acting normally again - I just have to go into display settings, change the aspect ratio on one of my monitors and then change it back again, but it's always a warning ;)

Sometimes my centre screen starts to flash on and off too - it goes black every time I try to use a window on it. This is fixed in the same manner. I assume it screws up the HD negotiations and then loses the plot.

I suppose if this was any other appliance I'd be horrified by the glitches, but it's amazing what we'll except from our computers isn't it? :) I keep considering rebuilding it from scratch, but it has so many software packages installed that I'd never get it back quite the way I want it.
beren_writes: Loki smiling with the words "Sweet and innocent ... honestly" (Avengers - Loki sweet and innocent)


Happy Birthday to:

4th: [livejournal.com profile] thorlay/[personal profile] thorlay
5th: [livejournal.com profile] digitalwave,[personal profile] digitalwave,[livejournal.com profile] ellethgur
6th: [livejournal.com profile] ctpaul860,[personal profile] bethac,[livejournal.com profile] maddirose, [livejournal.com profile] lattebiscotti
7th: [livejournal.com profile] roane
8th: [livejournal.com profile] khaleesian, [livejournal.com profile] splix, [livejournal.com profile] lillian78
9th: [livejournal.com profile] nenne/[personal profile] nenne, [livejournal.com profile] jak_quill, [livejournal.com profile] veritas03
10th: [livejournal.com profile] chriszac, [livejournal.com profile] wingedbishi,[livejournal.com profile] beadslut

I hope you all have great birthdays and Many Happy Returns to every one of you.

Managed to bang my thumb between a weight and a chair during my PT session on Saturday - now it has a purple lump and feels very weird whenever I try to use it. I think I may have tweaked my back a little too because my little toe is numb. It looks perfectly pink and healthy, so I must have caught a nerve or something. *sigh* Getting old, that's what it is :)

Went to a lovely 80th bday party yesterday - sat out in the garden under a lovely marquee and chatted and had wonderful food. Made lemon/lime vodka trifles for one of the deserts and they went down a treat :) Will post the recipe over at Tasha's Thinkings tomorrow for Tips Tuesday.
beren_writes: Loki smiling with the words "Sweet and innocent ... honestly" (Avengers - Loki sweet and innocent)
Y'know you picked the right one when you've been married nearly 20 years (next Feb) and he still does things like come home after working really late in the office in London, on nearly the last train, because he knows you haven't been sleeping well. Even though he had the option to stay up there and it would have been much easier for him.

He's such a sweetie. He knows I rarely get any sleep when he's not there, so he came all the way back. And it worked, I did get some sleep last night. Took me a while to fall asleep, but once I did I slept right through - a nigh on miracle at the moment.

The heat and me are not friends. And sometimes my brain decides to join in just for fun and keep throwing things at me - not even bad things, just stuff.

I watched A Nun's Story last night while waiting for Rob to come home. It always makes me cry in places and it was just the gentle story telling that I needed to help turn my brain off before bed. Audrey Hepburn really was a remarkable actress.
A Nun's Story

Writing

Finished a whole new chapter of my alpha draft of my novel yesterday. It was needed to plug 2 "but why..?" moments that Rob picked up for me when he read it through. So now version 2 has gone out to my alpha readers.

Didn't think it was going to need a whole chapter when I started writing, but it seems the holes were bigger than I thought ;) Rob's a great alpha reader because he doesn't think remotely in the same way I do, so missing bits are glaringly obvious to him. He's also good at spotting the odd typo.

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  • Cat's Creation by Natasha Duncan-Drake

  • Cat's Confidence by Natasha Duncan-Drake

  • The Haward Mysteries

  • Sacrifice of an Angel by Tasha & Sophie Duncan

  • Stockings by Tasha and Sophie Duncan

  • Vampires: The New Age

  • The Beginning by Natasha Duncan-Drake

  • Advent by Natasha Duncan-Drake

  • The Soul Reader Series

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  • Fortunate Soul by Tasha D-Drake

  • The Dark Reflections Series

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