Server Was Down… Filler to Keep Streak Alive
Server Was Down until 6:40 A.M.
I started the novel tonight, will report tomorrow.
This is just a post to keep the streak alive since I have to be up tomorrow and would like to get four or five hours sleep.
New Workshop and New Schedule
October workshops all have room. Lots of room.
Any questions about the new Point of View Online Workshop feel free to ask. It’s going to be a really fun one.
Six Days Left
On the Fiction River Kickstarter subscription drive
Stunning how well it is doing. We actually hit the third stretch goal today. Thank you, everyone!!
That means that everyone who is supporting the Kickstarter subscription drive will get three extra books now. And with seven days left, we would love to get to that 4th extra free book for all supporters. So pass the word if you don’t mind.
Totals For Year 4, Month 2, Day 13
Writing in Public blog streak Day 1,090
Over 10,000 steps streak Day 75
Running Miles This Month 4 miles
— Daily Fiction: 2,000 original words. Fiction month-to-date: 2,000 words
— Nonfiction: 00 new words. Nonfiction month-to-date total: 800 words
— Blog Posts: 200 new words. Blog month-to-date word count: 4,300 words
— E-mail: 21 e-mails. Approx. 2,000 original words. E-mails month-to date: 199 e-mails. Approx. 12,900 words
— Covers Designed and Finished: 0. Covers finished month-to-date: 0 Covers
— Year of Short Fiction Goal: 120 stories (July 1st to June 30th). Stories finished to date: 8 stories.
— Yearly Novel Goal: 12 Novels. Novels finished to date: 2 novels.
You can support this ongoing blog at Patreon on a monthly basis. Not per post. Just click on the Patreon image. Extra stuff for different levels of support and I will be adding in more as time goes on. Thanks for your support.
Or you can just toss a tip into the tip jar with a single donation at PayPal. Either way, your support keeps me going at these crazy posts.
You realize, of course, that if you suddenly do not write a blog entry for a day or two, we’re all going to assume something terrible has happened.
Yeah, chances are that will be the case. (grin)
I love that cover. So much depth! I’ve been peering at the typography, trying to figure out how Allyson made the letters pop like that 🙂