Another week is zooming by! Time, surely, speeds up as I number my days with equal parts hard work and silliness...
It's that time again. Another check-in brings us to that reckoning of accomplishments and progress, revealing the good, the bad, and the ugly! Ha. How are you faring? On top of the world? Struggling to scale the next peak?
I've had a fabulous week. A Round Of Words In 80 Days introduced me to Claudia Lefeve , and over the course of the last year, we've visited back and forth, coming to know and encourage one another as we dare to write, edit, and publish as Indie-Authors. So, when an invitation came to join up with The Spellbound Scribes I said, 'Sure!'...well, after I picked myself up off my smarting keester and pinched myself once or twice.
Spellbound Scribes features posts on writing and the like straight from the hearts and minds of paranormal authors! Monthly themes from differing perspectives offer readers a sampling of opinion and style, broadening the scope of topics deliciously. I sure hope you'll stop by and support these talented ladies...ahem...and me too! *shameless promotion in progress* Ha.
On The Writing & Goals Front...
* Chapter Five is complete. Phew. This chapter was an absolute joy to pen...er, pencil. My heroine is knee deep in it, not knowing whether to sit or stand. She's all 'sixes-and-sevens' for the moment, and my hero is wearing an impish grin, smugly satisfied at her present state. This delightful theme will continue through Chapter Six, much to my amusement.
* Exercise is done and done!
* Social goals - check.
* Promotion for The Third Fate continues, and I have to give a huge shout out to Vickie and Shauni at Innovative Online Book Tours . Ladies, you all are fabulous. Thank you for making my first book tour a wonderful experience. To anyone nearing a new release, I highly recommend you check out this site. I am impressed with their professionalism and the reviewers who've signed on.
* Chapter two is well on its way to being typed. For a few weeks, I couldn't muster the 'umph' needed to get my fingers to tapping. I feel better having finally worked on this, and can offer no silliness on what I consider an odious task. (okay...call me out, for I cannot help but offer one final Ha! before I close)