No flash story from me this week, but checkout my friends’… Renee Stevens Cia Nordwell J.A. Harmon Nephylim Ava Andrew Gordon Julie Lynn Hayes
Michael Mandrake Lily Sawyer MA Church Renee Stevens Andrew Gordon Julie Lynn Hayes JA Harmon Cia Nordwell
I hadn’t been on the blog for a whilw, sorry about that. I am deep into a WIP (which I will talk about later), and haven’t been writing anything else. My boys are taking up all my time. I may not work on Vengeance, but it doesn’t mean that my friend in the Wednesday Brief
I tend to miss the Sunday Update a lot apparently, and I don’t have much in term of good news. I’ve hadn’t really edited much in the weekend, and my only excuse is laziness which isn’t a lot to go by. There was a storm on Friday that stopped me from seeing my writer friends,
It’s Monday so I’m late for the update, but to summarize, goal had been achieved, most of it on Saturday, but I revised a little on Friday too.
This is the beginning of a new week. Last week went great. I completed my goal of five hours on my last day off, doing two and an half at the library, and then heading to my friends where I edited another two and an half hours. In doing so, I completed the first lesson
It is Wednesday which means two things; flash fiction and ROW update. Let’s start with the Flash Fiction. This story is part of another universe I created last April. The first story can be read here: Rough-and-Tumble, but this is not necessary to understand this one. My Wednesday Brief Story? FOllow the link: Home is
I’m happy with my progress I had in editing Tie The Knot. I am now in page 50 of the manuscript, and I have identify some of the biggest problems with the story. That being said, I didn’t really follow my goals. I did 30 minutes on Thursday and 2 hours and a half on
I am not participating in Wednesday Briefs yet again, but here’s the list of my friends who do… Cia Nordwell m/m Lily Sawyer m/m Chris T. Kat m/m MA Church m/m Tali Spencer m/m Victoria Adams m/f Elyzabeth VaLey m/f Nephylim m/m Julie Lynn Hayes m/m On other news, my ROW 80 goals
There’s a couple of the blog I follow who participate in ROW80 that allow you to set flexible, measurable goals. I decided to participate in the first round of 2013. I was stating in my 2013 resolution post I wanted to revise Tie the Knot, my nano novel and write 200K words for the year.