This month has been rough for our family. And with all the adjustments to the blog and being away from home more than usual, it might take me a while to get my posts settled into a routine. I hope you'll bear with me and enjoy what I'm able to share.
On with the challenge responses!
#CandleLoversFeb20 Days 14 - 20
The prompts for this week were challenging for more reasons than tricky prompts! Here's the run-down:
#1WordPromptChallenge Days 14 - 20
Here are the prompts for this week:
Day 17 - South - (taken from The Tale of Outh'n Durr)
Day 18 - Scared - (taken from Surge)
Day 19 - Brave - (taken from The Tale of Outh'n Durr)
Day 20 - Student - (taken from The Tale of Outh'n Durr)
#AssassinsDaughter Challenge Days 14 - 20
Yep. I've taken on a mid-month challenge issued by a fellow indie author. :) I missed the first few days. We had to make a trip out of town unexpectedly which made it difficult to pull books from my shelves. I was able to snap photos ahead of time with the Candle Lovers challenge but this one didn't show up in enough time for me to do that. So I just worked with it the best way I could. (I linked to Goodreads and author websites where possible. Where differences occur, it's noted within the text.)
Here were the prompts for this past week:
#SelfEditing Personal Challenge Week 3
I wasn't able to do as much work on my novel and short story over the past week. That unplanned trip really cut into my work time. But here's what I've been able to do in the bitsy between times.
Sometimes I wonder why I do it to myself...taking on so many things. I think my brain must feel I thrive under pressure...or maybe it's my heart? Either way, my eyes are telling me to take more naps while my hands reach for more coffee or tea. XD
I hope you enjoyed today's post. I also hope if anyone reading this has anything to say about the content within the snippets, they'll leave comments. I'd love to hear whether this stuff is interesting or boring, whether it makes you want to read more or wish you'd visited another blog instead and why. If I don't know where I'm struggling, I can't work to fix the issues.
I'm just going to keep at this writing bit, working to perfect it every chance I get. Y'all have a safe weekend and I'll see y'all next week!
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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