Progress – December 10, 2018

As I predicted last week, this week was a challenge with Adrian’s play going on. But, it all worked out anyway.

I went to see his play, The Puppet Tree, twice. Here’s a picture on him with one of the puppets he played.

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Coordinating schedules and getting home to let the dogs outside too up a major chunk of time. Clearing up a clogged sink also didn’t help matters. Many times I wasn’t even beginning to write my words until 11:00 p.m.

Plus I was finishing up a newsletter to get out last weekend. Fun stuff.

Then there was the major breakthrough on Cirvel’s story which helped to clear up a lot of the questions I’ve had about all of it. Unfortunately, I wasn’t in a position to write all of it down when I got it, so I later captured what I remembered and I’m waiting for the rest to return. I know it will, but I must be patient about it.

I’m looking forward to going bi-weekly with my newsletter in January. I’ve been reading a lot about building better newsletters and want to start doing mine right. I might be crazy to attempt this. Oh well. I’m going to give it a try anyway.

There’s some painting that I really want to get to work on, as well as spending some time recording and editing, so I’m keeping this blog short today.

Have a great week.

Fiction words written last week:  3,655 words.

Blogs/Newsletter articles/non-fiction written:  2279 words.

Daily word goal reached for 121 days! Weekly word goal reached for 20 weeks.

Writing month to date total:  7,682 words

Writing year to date total: 317,507 words

Drawing/painting last week: I did get some painting done, but no completed paintings. Just working slowly on them, letting layers dry.

Audio: I spent 3 hours recording and editing audio. I’m about halfway through Fall’s ConfessionI have to admit that I’m not sure I like it. I’m going to finish it and then listen to the whole thing. Maybe it was just my mood this week. Stress can be a bad thing. We’ll see what happens.

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