Working Wednesday #9

It’s Wednesday again. 🙂 I have no idea how much progress I’ve made, but I’m thinking not much. Well, let’s find out together.

  • Edit Chasing Shadows
    • Three scene a week
      • Last update 8/57 scenes
      • This week’s progress 8/57 scenes Once again, I’ve brushed this aside. I’m not worried though as I’m working to get I Loved You First prepared for publication first. Right now, my goal is to have Chasing Shadows available by the end of the year.
  • Edit I Loved You First
    • Four scenes a week
      • Last update 23/29
      • Currently at 27/32 scenes. Okay… I’ll be honest. I had no idea I met my goal here. I’ve been so involved in other things, I don’t remember the last time I worked on I Loved You First. Of course, when I get busy, one day seems like two sometimes, and I lose track of time. Well, 5 scenes left to polish. 🙂 We’re coming to the end of the road folks!
  • Maintaining 100+ words a day over at Word Count Union
    • This will be accomplished either by working on Trinity’s Awakening
      • Last week’s word count: 24,386
      • Current word count: 24,386 Another goal I didn’t bother with.
      • On the other hand, I have been working with I Loved You First and adding fresh words during the editing phase. Last check in, I was at 39,995 words. Today I’m at 40,416 words.
  • Clean up blog and update link
    • I’m not sure I’ve worked on this. At least I don’t recall doing anything in terms of the blog other than the typical blog posts.
  • 2011 Reading Challenge ~ Apparently I lost my lead, and now I’m right on track. This week I’m reading Werewolf Descent by Elizabeth Kolodziej. I’m making an effort to finish it this week, since I have the review scheduled for Monday. So stay tuned.

2011 Reading Challenge

2011 Reading Challenge
Reena has read 18 books toward her goal of 60 books.

In Other News!!!

I’ve posted the first chapter of I Loved You First. I’m also gearing up for a Kickstarter Campaign, featuring I Loved You First.

My best friend was more than just a best friend to me. Three words summed it up: I heart him. I’d never tell him though. I wasn’t stupid. Besides, what he’d told no one, but me, was a little something I wished I could forget… or ignore. He was gay. I guess gay wouldn’t be bad if I wasn’t so in love with him. Now it was just cruel.

Stereotypes run amok in this college love story: Parties, alcohol, hookups, and breakups. Alexandria Carmichael may find it a bit much as she deals with the unreturned love from the boy who completes her. When all is revealed, not only does she risk losing her best friend forever, but also herself. Without her childhood companion for support, Alexandria takes a journey of self-discovery but fears what she’ll find at the end.

Add it to your Goodreads list. 🙂

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