One chapter a day

Happy romjul everyone! I have no idea what it’s called in English. Google translated it as “Christmas” which is wrong. After going to the English version of Wikipedia the translation I got was “Boxing week” what? Is this correct? It sounds weird.

To make it short “romjul” is a Norwegian term for the days between Christmas and New Year. Romjul is a time for indoor life, spending time with family eating cakes and fatty food. Yes, the time to make a diet sin.
For me it’s also a time for my husband to be in charge of breakfast and dinner while I collect weight for long comfy reading on my sofa or continue or edit my NaNoWriMo entry. Just as last year, I did not get much writing this year too. My now two year old son barely gave me time when he’s awake. He has ways of making mom feel guilty of not giving him enough time whenever I sit down to write or even just browse the internet.

But luckily I’ve got something to share. A romjul story. I wrote this story some years ago, but for one reason or another I always pushed the editing forward, this year I finally got the courage to share it even if it’s on its draft stage.

A YA romance set in Japan. It starts mid-December and ends 30th of December.

I will be posting the story everyday from today 27 of December on Wattpad.

Author: Jessica E. Larsen

I'm a romance author and I blog music inspired stories, poems, micro-fictions, moments in life. I enjoy spending time outdoors, adore animals and travels a lot with my family. I like anything unusual and fun. CLICK HERE to read more about me or CLICK HERE to view my published books

5 thoughts on “One chapter a day

      1. In that case, maybe I do know more than you 😅.

        I won’t laugh at you because my husband is giving me a hard time for the same reason. But then again he rejects ebook because he prefer reading physical books.

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