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Sunday Summary: Showing

We had our first actual showing on our house Thursday afternoon. So, we spent most of that day making sure the house was cleaned up and in decent order. Which meant I fell a bit behind on my writing goals that day. But the people who looked at the house are apparently interested. Just waiting to hear more about that. Of course, we can’t finish applying for a mortgage to get the new house until my husband is back to work full time. Usually that would have happened earlier this month. Right now, they’re saying it might be the second week of May. He’s been looking at new jobs, so hopefully we won’t have to go through this unemployment mess every winter.

I did manage to catch up on my goals on Saturday. And I only have a little to finish up this month. Though there’s a couple things I just won’t get to. That’s okay. I’ll carry them over to next month.

Color Code:

Finished/Monthly Goal Met

Progress

Nothing Done

Set Aside

Plotting:

  • Primary: Nowhere to Run – Outline
  • Secondary: Craving You – Outline
    • This week: Jeff’s backstory, Jakob’s back story, Plot summaries, Story Toolkit(2 sheets) – finished all the back stories, finished plot summaries
  • Tertiary: Flames of Knowledge – Outline Acts 2, 3, & 4
  • Stretch: Heart to Heart – Brainstorm

Writing:

  • Primary: Flames of Knowledge – Chapter 21/42 – 33508/~35000 words
    • This week: Get through Chapter 20 – 20/20 chapters drafted
      • “Don’t you dare,” they said again, taking in the more individual details. “This is beautiful.”
        Connor shook his head. “It’s wrong.”
        Ames turned to fully face him. “You’re wrong,” they snapped. “This is perfect. It shows them just as they are.”
  • Secondary: Side Projects – 3350 words – 3444/3350 words
    • This week: Kayla & Reese – 1000 words(or finish 1st draft), edit & polish – 551/1000 words
  • Tertiary: Jonas & Isaac – 15 pages – 15.63/15 pages
    • This week: 2 pages – 2.91/2 pages
  • By the Gun – 2000 words

Editing:

  • Primary: Stained Blood – Beta edits
  • Secondary: Flames of Renewal – Send to Betas(if anyone’s interested in giving feedback, let me know. You can find a summary here)
  • Tertiary: Short Story Collection
    • Mistaken Meeting
    • Hang On 
      • This Week: edit 4 scenes & polish – deleted 1 scene – 4/4 scenes, added 282 words, polished 49/49 items – -319 words
    • Bree & Jenny
  • Stretch: Law of Choice – send to CP

Reading:

  • Read: 20 books – 23/20
    • Love on the Tracks(Tamsen Parker) – Started this Monday night. Finished it Sunday afternoon.
    • House Rules(Cathryn Fox) – Started this Sunday afternoon. Finished it Sunday evening.
    • Dead Wait(Stacy Green) – Read this Sunday evening.
    • It Takes Two to Tumble(Cat Sebastian) – Started this Sunday night. Finished it Tuesday night.
    • Shameless(R.G. Alexander) – Started this Wednesday afternoon. Finished it Wednesday night.
    • Touch the Sky(Christina Lee & Nyrae Dawn) – Started this Thursday afternoon. Finished it Saturday afternoon.
    • The Brightest Sunset(Aly Martinez) – Read this Saturday afternoon.
    • Some Like It Charming(Megan Bryce) – Started this Saturday night. At 51%
  • Listen: 5 books – 17/5
    • The Duke’s Perfect Wife(Jennifer Ashley) – Started this Friday afternoon. Finished it Tuesday morning.
    • A Mackenzie Family Christmas(Jennifer Ashley) – Started this Tuesday morning. Finished it Tuesday afternoon.
    • The Seduction of Elliot McBride(Jennifer Ashley) – Started this Tuesday afternoon. Finished it Wednesday afternoon.
    • The Untamed Mackenzie(Jennifer Ashley) – Started this Wednesday afternoon. Finished it Thursday morning.
    • The Wicked Deeds of Daniel Mackenzie(Jennifer Ashley) – Started this Thursday afternoon. Finished it Saturday morning.

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Crafting:

  • Knit: Dunfallandy Baby Blanket
    • This week: Finish border, side 2 – 27/56 rows done
  • Crochet: Boxy Blanket
    • This week: get through row 50

Comments on: "Sunday Summary: Showing" (3)

  1. Inconsistency is a terrible thing to have in an employer. I mean, I understand that certain kinds of work are seasonal (or at least weather/life) dependent, but… I totally sympathize. Hopefully you all find a mix that works well long term for you.

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