This is the final episode of the May Book Notes for this year. It may be the last one until September. I'm going to be working on transferring my site to one which allows me to work on it through my phone. I can't afford the upgrade here for access to that and to the live chat support. I just don't have time to wait for email responses when a problem pops up. Nor do I have the time to wait for pages to load just to have them crash while I'm working. Since this is only an issue on Weebly, I have to believe this is due to some trouble with their site, not with my own equipment or signal.
I'll keep you posted as I'm able and I'll keep posting blog articles as I'm able.
I've come to the final week of challenge updates. I'm going to make this as short as possible and hope to keep it simple, too. So without further ado, let's get to those responses!
I knew taking on so many challenges meant there would be some missed prompts but y'all! I've been struggling so much just to even get one writing/reading challenge response out there. What a crazy couple of months it's been!
Another worry is that our state is not really complying well to the stay-at-home order and they're talking about opening up more group facilities at 25% capacity. I have to wonder if a group of people who can't seem to grasp the importance of following a simple set of rules will be able to process the responsibility placed on them when dealing with additions to those rules. Our covid-19 numbers aren't improving yet (at least, not from what we read on the updates...they're increasing, actually, since things have opened up more) so how is it possible they think we can open things up even more? I'm quite happy to stay home a bit longer if it means my children and I can avoid that awfully invasive test. (Another question is, if it's so contagious and you can get it so easily, how come you have to have a q-tip tickling your brain to get results? Anyone else wondering about the validity of that? Just curious...)
Argh! It's too heavy for me to dwell on. I'm just going to go ahead and share these challenge responses with you.
The third week of May is here and no matter where I'm staying at home or running the roads, it seems time flies. I'd sigh, but there's no time! XD I gave myself about a week and a half break from Surge to catch my breath, but the work has started up again. Now, if I can just maintain my focus...
Join me this week as I highlight some up-and-coming indie authors who give their all to their writing. We aren't perfect. We aren't rich. We just tell our tales in the best way we can. Thanks for supporting indie authors in all genres!
As I mentioned in Wednesday's post, I got behind because the internet was more of a hindrance than a help. I'm not sure what it is about the Weebly site, but it's almost as hard to run as Facebook. :/ Anyway, I'm in now, so I'll get you caught up on what's been going on this month.
I almost always have posts set up in advance for times when I can't get Weebly's editor to load. My apologies for almost two weeks of silence. In the interim, I've been working on the digital bits for Surge (Children of Y'Dahnndrya book 2) this week. Well, I'm working as the internet will allow. I have to download all the elements I need for the cover art, as well as research what others are doing with their covers to make sure mine lines up with genre and still meets what I want to see when I pick up my book.
Camp Nano 2020, the April edition, is finally complete. With the end of this month, also comes the end of the 30 Day Song Challenge. Read on to see how things went.
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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