Chasing the Words

So, here's a fun thing.  I have 20,000 words to write this month.  I've scheduled out the days I can write, and what my approximate word count for each of those sessions on those days should be to hit that goal.  The second day I was tracking, I went to check my word count.  -104. ... Continue Reading →

Filling the 20,000 Word Gap

So.  I'm happily going along, revising SB, reviewing all the feedback I've received, when I notice a circle on the word count on a draft.  Then a note about word count on another draft.  And then, my brain remembers a conversation from one of our peer critique sessions, when a friend remarked that I should... Continue Reading →

Why I Plan and Revising

I spend a lot of time creating goals and planning because the return on investment is exponentially great. Setting my intentions keeps me motivated. It also gives me a system of checks and balances that keeps me from getting overwhelmingly negative should I fall short (which happens frequently) of the goals I've set. Having plans... Continue Reading →

A Year in Review, First Edition

Last year on June 10, 2018, I posted my very first blog called From the Beginning.  Today marks one full year of tracking and sharing my writing journey. It's been quite a year, both professionally and personally. There's a lot to celebrate, a lot to plan, and A LOT to learn from. First and foremost,... Continue Reading →

Journaling

When life gets crazy, fall back to the journal. I've said it before: it is a safe place to go when all else is complicated and out of reach. And this week definitely qualified as such. The week consisted of an impromptu travel excursion and three of our four family members falling prey to a... Continue Reading →

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