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!
#1WordPromptChallenge Days 22 - 31
I didn't get to do any of the prompts for this challenge this week. I'm actually bummed about it. I may take on this challenge next month, just to help me keep up with editing. But I'll have to see how things go during the other parts of my schedule.
#WIPSoundtrack2020 Days 22 - 23
There were only two days left of this one:
#CandleloversMay20 #MindfulnessMay Days 22 - 31
I didn't get to post photos on IG for most of these prompts, but I can still offer some suggestions for you based on those prompts. I've linked to Goodreads pages where possible.
#EpisodicLines Days 22 - 31
For days 22 - 24, I'll list character and item from left to right, top to bottom.
Overall, this month has not been my best. I don't think I worked on any revisions at all, though I did work a little on the characters and get to know them a bit better. The Episodic Lines challenge really honed my focus on that, so I think it was a good choice for me this month.
With all I have to do over the summer, I may skip writing challenges if they don't encourage me to edit and just keep everyone updated with my progress from post to post. I've participated in so many challenges since 2017 and I think I'm ready for something new.
Wednesdays will now be back to only book reviews and Fridays will be dedicated mostly to updates. These will show up as I am able to post them. Weebly is making things seriously difficult. I'm not looking forward to setting up and learning a new system, but what else can I do? I have to have a more efficient online workspace.
I'm definitely working on transferring my site. I'm also going to look into removing my physical books from publication until I can get them published through Draft2Digital. That should give me some time to do another read-through to pick up errors I missed on the last run. If you read my book and noticed errors, I'd love to hear from you. It would really help streamline the process.
Goals for June?
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