Books, Life, Self-publishing

Round-up of the week 28th April 2019

World News:

Tales Soares photographed moments before he collapsed on the catwalk. He died later at hospital
A male model has died after collapsing on the catwalk at São Paulo FashionWeek. Tales Soares, 26-year old was taken to hospital but couldn’t be revived.

Footage circulating on social media shows Soares walking to the end of the catwalk and turning back before staggering and falling.

London News:

London Marathon
London’s 39th Marathon.

Eliud Kipchoge won the men’s race with a new course record and second fastest time ever, while Sir Mo Farah finished fifth.
Kenya’s Brigid Kosgei won the women’s race with compatriot Vivian Cheruiyot coming in second – a role reversal from last year when she beat Kosgei to the crown.

American Dan Romanchuk won the male wheelchair race, while Manuela Schar crossed the finishing line first in the female wheelchair race.
Eight-time winner David Weir competed in the wheelchair race for the 20th consecutive year.

My world:

I don’t do anything by halves, I have so many things I need to complete for my writing and yet I decided to start decorating the spare room yesterday. So have spent many hours stripping wallpaper. I’ve now taken a break to write and will squeeze my decorating in after work and at weekends. Watch this space.

My Writing:

I haven’t done any writing this week but have been working on a past book, tightening it up.