I'm coming to the end of the challenges I took on for June. Camp Nanowrimo is around the corner and school starts two weeks or so after that. Just a heads-up...after July, I'm going back to posting only twice a week so I can keep blogging on our school blog, too. I just wanted my readers to be aware of how things are going in my life now and what I expect to happen blog-wise in the near future.
Anyway, on with the challenge responses!
#AuthorsChallenge2019 June Edition - Days 24 - 27
Dear Reader, Dear Reader, please keep in mind when you pick up my book and read every page, I've shared a small portion of myself with you. I worked very hard to create a tale to entertain you and share my thoughts with you. The way I perceive the world around me is reflected within the tale.
Dear Reader, when you pick up my book and sail through the ocean of words within, please don't expect it to be like someone else's tale. Their tale is theirs and mine is mine and no two tales are the same. Dig deeper, dear Reader, and I'm certain you'll see what I mean.
Dear Reader, when you pick up my book and turn every leaf, please take your time. Life forces us to move so quickly but a story invites you to be still a moment and take things in. Be energized, refreshed, renewed, and at ease.
Dear Reader, when you pick up my book and peel back the cover, please know you are appreciated for taking the time to discover a new tale. Know that I send out thoughts and prayers for you and hope my stories will brighten your day.
Dear Reader, when you turn the final page and snap the cover closed, please consider leaving a review. I want to do my best work and share that with you. If I know what you liked and what you didn't, you're helping me become a better writer.
Dear Reader, thank you from the bottom of my heart.
#FantasyWIPJune - Days 24 - 27
“Poten Jai,” Ka Shi burst unannounced into the office of his bloodkyn. Bowed low, he announced, “I have some information of import to the Order.”
#TenThingsChallenge for Writers - Days 24 - 27
#WorldBuildingQuest - Days 24 - 27
This week was especially crazy. I'm prepping as I can for Camp Nano, which isn't going as well as I'd hoped. I have done a little planning and filling in blanks, though. With school coming soon and a new curriculum to figure out, some time had to be devoted to working with that. And I was six or so books behind on my Goodreads reading goal. I'm almost caught up now. It's been a productive month, just not so much for the current WIP. Pray for me in July as I work really hard to iron out the kinks in the rewriting phase of OLUS.
In other news, I don't usually post on Sundays but for the whole month of July, I will be. Watch the video below and stay tuned! :) (I apologize for the sound quality. I'm still working on how to improve that.)
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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