I'm not sure what happened with Friday's (May 29th) post. It's definitely labeled wrong as far as the date is concerned. I missed one Friday earlier in the month, so that confused me as to the number of writing challenge posts. Our weather was bad last week, so it may be I had to turn my computer completely off. It could also be that I just forgot in my hurry to research other options for my website and blog. But it's most likely the Weebly editor glitched. Whatever the case, I hope things will even out soon.
Let's get to the writing challenge!
#1WordPromptChallenge Week 1 Days 1 - 4
I'll be honest with you. I'm not going to catch all these. I missed the first couple of days. But I'll do my best because if I use this challenge well, I'll be editing as I go and that's so important right now.
Here are quotes for the first four (well, really three) prompts:
I've been saying I'll keep my readers posted on how my blog/website work is going. So far, I've got a few pages set up on another site. I also set up my blog at a new site and I'm working on transferring posts over to it. I'm not certain how transferring my domain works, so I still have to figure that out. Once everything is set and transferred, I'll be good to go. For now, I'm just working like a mad fiend to get everything in place for the domain transfer. When I'm ready to go live on the new site, you'll be among the first to know. If you'd like early updates, you can always subscribe to my monthly newsletter. The button is at the bottom of this page.
Since I'm doing so many things at once, I'm going to minimize my work with writing challenges for the next few months. I haven't been able to do any editing since the end of Camp Nano in April. I want so much to get back to it, but this transfer needs to take place first. I can't even begin to concentrate well enough to complete a good editing run.
I mentioned it in Wednesday's post, but our weather is supposed to get really nasty next week. I don't know what that will mean for our electricity or our internet signal. I'll try to get posts set up in advance, but I can't make any promises. I thank you for understanding and for your continued support.
Until next time...
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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