I did it! I finally made it to the last day of the two challenges. I'm so glad I stuck with it and met the goals I set for myself. And if it helped someone else, then I'm really glad I decided to share my challenge with others.
Read on to see my last two challenge responses.
#writingthesenseschallenge Day 31 - What result are you most proud of?
I think I'm most proud of being able to order my scenes in a better way and iron out one of the more troubling plot holes. I'd love to say more on this but it would definitely spoil the surprise. <sigh> If you want to get sneak peeks of my second book, be sure you're following me on Wattpad. When I iron out my chapters well enough, I'll start sharing them there for feedback before I finalize everything for the completion of the project.
#fantasywipjanuary Day 30 - January Wrap-up
It's done! And I'm happy to say this challenge helped me iron out some character ideas and share some of my favorite items in OLUS. I think it's just nice that I managed to keep going every day right up to the end. I guess the most important /focused/ thing I did was to get my chapters and scenes in order. I will never again be a complete pantser for Nanowrimo.
So that concludes the #writingthesenseschallenge of 2019. I may do it again next year but I might come up with a different challenge.
Since I'm done with my challenge, I'm going to go back to posting on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday only. Posting every day is really time consuming and if I'm going to have OLUS ready on time, that's where the bulk of my effort needs to be spent.
Also coming up this month, I'm spotlighting the Crown of Stars series by Elizabeth D. Marie. She's a new favorite author whose manner of retelling fairy tales is new and exciting. I've read all the books in that series and will be sharing my book reviews for each of them every Wednesday in February. I hope you enjoy the reviews and are encouraged to give the books a try yourself. :) (PS...She didn't ask me to do this or pay me to do this. I won't receive commission on your purchases of the books if you decide to buy them. I'm just promoting an author whose work I've truly enjoyed.)
Melody Kittles writes fantasy fiction under the name Robin McElveen. She loves God, her family, the arts, a warm cup of coffee or tea, visiting friends, and collecting coffee & Pusheen items.
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