Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Weekly Progress Report

This week I haven't been as productive as I wanted to be. I only edited about 50 pages but I did finished judging entries for a writing contest. I love being a judge. My word count for my fantasy adventure story is only about 10K so finishing it before nano isn't going to be easy, but I'm still gonna try. I need to write about 2K a day. We'll see.

I'm not home write now. Hubby, the boys, and I are in Erie for a conference for hubby. Hopefully the boys will behave and let me have some time to write when they nap. The question is whether or not son #1 will nap. Normally he doesn't away from home.

In other news, I would love for you to check out my latest interview. I had a lot of fun answering Phil's questions.

I'm going to try to enter Miss Snark's BakerDozen contest for Elena's Pen. I would love to have some more feedback on my logline!

Also, Dear Editor is having a Free First 20 Pages Critique” Giveaway!

And the fabulous Shannon Messenger is having an equally fabulous contest. Check out the details here.

So what have you been up to this past week? Anything fun or new or exciting?



Check out some other great progress report this week:

http://www.writersally.blogspot.com/
http://jc-martin.com/fighterwriter/
http://waibelworld.blogspot.com
http://susanfieldswriter.blogspot.com
http://skmayhew.blogspot.com/p/tuesday-wip-status.html
http://margoberendsen.blogspot.com
http://www.sherryauger.blogspot.com
http://www.susanoloier.blogspot.com--in/
http://carrieannebrownian.wordpress.com/
http://lynneawest.blogspot.com

4 comments:

salarsenッ said...

I love seeing people participating in WS4U! Progress Report! And heck, 50 pages of edits are nothing to shake a stick at. Great job!

Susan Fields said...

Good luck on your goals, and especially finishing up your wip before nano!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Chase your son up and down the stairs a few times - that will wear him out!

Cherie Reich said...

Great logline for ELENA'S PEN! Good luck finishing everything up before NaNo. I sometimes think preparing for NaNo is almost harder than writing the NaNo book.