Am I really so busy? Time flies by so fast I can barely keep my days straight. I've gotten into the practice of writing most things down so I can try to remember them. That works...as long as I remember to check my list. XD
I'm still doing everything I can on both Surge and The Tale of Outh'n Durr. More on that in the last portion of today's post.
Ready to check out my challenge responses for the last week? Let's go!
#CandleLoversFeb20 Book and Candle Aesthetic Challenge Days 7 - 13
I'm having so much fun creating these book aesthetics. Whether I'm highlight a single book, or sharing a whole stack of them, it's a good way to encourage my creativity to grow. Here are the prompts for the past week:
#1WordPromptChallenge Days 7 - 13
I'm trying to share as much from my WsIP as possible. (Yes. I can't stand saying WIPs when I say it in my head as 'works-in-progress' and not 'work-in-progresses'. Maybe I should just spell it out...) Anyway, here are this past week's prompts:
Keys jangled against the lock startling Outh’n from a fitful doze. Cold dread flooded his stomach and he clenched his jaw in preparation. Moving wasn’t going to be pleasant. If they were opening the door, judgment had been determined. He wasn’t sure he was ready to hear the verdict but regardless, he was about to.
#SelfEditing Progress Days 7 - 13
I could probably work faster if I didn't have other obligations but where most of those are concerned, I wouldn't trade them if someone offered me the world in exhcange. Here's how this week's progress looked and where I hope to be by the end of next week.
I've been filling out interviews with my characters for Surge and let me tell you, that's a daunting task. I have two of them done. The interview questions are really good! They are sparking my writing and really helping me dig deep. But I have to wonder if I'm getting too in-depth and need to just keep it shorter so I can get back to the writing. I already have limited time to write and have to weigh the worth of such a detailed questionnaire for my kind of work schedule. This novel has been sitting untouched for almost two years, I think. It's time to get it out to the public! At least, that's what my mind keeps telling me.
The Tale of Outh'n Durr is updated with three chapters ready for your entertainment. I hope you'll check it out on Wattpad and let me know what you think. What's missing? What's overdone? Thanks in advance.
I'm so glad you stopped and took the time to read how things are going on my writing journey. If you enjoyed your visit, be sure to check back on Wednesday for another book review. I'm continuing my feature on a great indie author. Leah Atwood's mission is to write clean and inspirational romance novels that will leave you smiling at the end. I hope you'll come check it out!
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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