I'm noticing a lot of people looking on my personal page on this website. Although the lovely women here do a lovely job, I do tend to be a lot more active on other sites, such as Twitter, Goodreads, Tumblr, and my own personal blog.

For a bit of a run down on what I'm doing when I'm not writing about a 20-something year old young woman running around in Melbourne, plagued by the supernatural loved ones in her life:

I am a very new fan of Goodreads, and they've done a good job making sure I'll never leave them. Just the number of 'to-be-read' books on my list ensures that I'll keep coming back to check whenever I'm at a loss as to what to read next. I update here very regularly, and tend to give reviews on pretty much all the books I've read since I was a member of the site.

This is my Twitter account, place where I reblog things, tweet about drinking tea and watching trashy television. I am here every day. I am here
more often than I would like to admit. When I am not here, I am thinking of witty things I could post in 140 characters or less the next time I am

This is my Tumblr account, where I reblog things and occasionally write up blog posts full of thoughtful, insightful... stuff. It doesn't happen very often. Mostly I'm here about the pretty things. And people.

This is the blog link you will have seen under each of the posts I have made thus far. For people who are wanting a bit less often but more in depth updating on where I am at and what I'm doing, this is the link for you. On my blogspot, you will find my assorted adventures with mental health, cool pop culture news I've heard and am now excited about, and the most up to date updates on my writing projects. I currently post on here about 3 or 4 times a month reliably.

This is my Google+ account, where there are more book reviews, but also a who bunch of comics that I find interesting, awesome or funny in any way. This is also where I post ridiculously cute pictures of my kittens. I have two: Diego Kitten and Ludo-bear Squirrel Adventure-Kitty. Diego is the dignified one. Ludo is not.

This is my Facebook, where I kind of try to keep things a little bit more relevant and to the point. Not a big fan of Facebook, so I don't post here as much. Certainly there are fewer of the quirkier sides of me to be found here. But all book related news make their way here quick smart.

And I think that's just about it! If you have read all the way to this point, you are a saint and I hope to see you pop up on one or more of these mediums.