Last week was the week of learning about all the hats in my wardrobe. Writing isn’t just about writing anymore, and since I forgot to read the instruction manual on how all this works, that means that I’m learning as I go.
This last week has been particularly tough because I’ve been more focused on the social network aspects of writing (which I’m not great at) than actually writing or planning out new work.
One novella edited. One publication up. (Be sure to grab the link and take a read!) Twitter presence established. Come follow me and join all the writing fun.
Great news! The novel is . . . done? After taking the better part of a week to sort through all the problems that I made for myself in the revision process
Writing tends to have more than a few up and down moments, but few illustrate this point better than my progress between this week and last week.
Just a quick end-of-day update. I’m coming up on the end of the revision and editing process for my novel, SECOND GENESIS.
This is it, folks.
It’s a long holiday weekend, so I’ve given myself a day or two off. Shocker, right? I realized on Saturday that it’s been almost two months since I actually put everything down and stopped trying to push my little rock up my little hill.
Despite a crazy week, I was happy to pick up a new publication and roadmap the next leg of my journal with my novel. Looking forward to a big week.
Have you ever been in the middle of something and decided that you should probably be keeping track of it somehow? Welcome to the life of an amateur writer, would-be novelist and (mostly) unpublished fiction author.