This was another solid writing week! I got in five book reviews + two other blog posts, work on the revision brainstorm, lessons in Maggie Stiefvater’s writing class, and two fiction-writing sessions of snippets on the new story.
I’ll take it! Happy writing.
This was another solid writing week: four book reviews, two days’ worth of snippets on the new project, and brainstorming on the story I plan on editing soon. I’m well into writing reviews that will publish in July (I have twelve reviews written and scheduled for July so far), and I’m several books ahead in my reading as well, but my family was in town from out-of-state this week, so I cut some things short to spend time with them.
I’m happy with this week’s writing escapades: eight book reviews, story snippets/character development for the new WIP, and several lessons in Maggie Stiefvater’s class (including a very intriguing revelation on the first thing she decides on for a new novel). And I’m gearing up fora major revision that I’m pretty excited about.
It’s been a fairly productive writing week: I worked on the snippets for the new story and discovered some interesting things about my MC and my world. I wrote five book reviews. And I started working my way through the Writing with Maggie Stiefvater seminar, which is fascinating so far.
I feel like I got a lot accomplished this week, writing-wise. I wrote some more snippets for character development in the new story. I wrote five book reviews, plus a post about what I read in May (33 books) and another post on the top three books I read in May. I’ll take it.
Did anyone else get any writing done this week?
It’s been a solid writing week this week. I started doing some brief snippets to try to get a feel for the main character for the new story I’ll be starting soon. I also wrote seven book reviews and a post explaining why I rate books like I do (it’s not always only about the writing quality). Nothing prompted that post except a conversation with a friend about why I don’t finish reading every book I pick up. Here’s to more good writing weeks!
I am continuing to take a break from writing—except for four book reviews. I did type the summary ending to the King Arthur story into the draft, and thought about some of the problems with the draft, but that’s it. I’m brainstorming my next story and re-reading a draft I want to edit and polish next.
What I didn’t do this week was write. At all. Except for three book reviews (two for June, one a last-minute commitment for May). I’m tired. I’m burned out on my current WIP—but planning my next one. My mom is in town to meet my new nephew. I’m just not in a writing mood.
Better luck next week, maybe.
Well, this will be a short update. I did exactly zero fiction-writing this week, and only three book reviews. I’m not very happy with my current WIP—stalled out—and I feel like pushing through is just creating words without quality. Hopefully, I’ll feel up to writing next week. On the positive side, I have been re-reading a draft that I really want to polish and send out into the world before the end of the year.
I had four fiction-writing sessions planned this week, but I only did three.
However…I wrote eleven book reviews this week, too. I finished reading all the books I’m reviewing in May during April…and all the reviews are written, too. And my sister-in-law went into labor and I have a new nephew, so I’m fine with that level of productivity!