ROW 80 ~ Wednesday Update, May 20th

Update, since May 10th


  • Finish In Need of Luck
    • Finish chapters in progress. Right wrongs. Let’s say, min. 500 words/day. – 705 on Sunday, 505 on Monday, nothing on Tuesday. I have a problem with Tuesdays.
    • Talk with Eric about remaining chapters. – Haven’t yet.
  • For May/June – Scene rewrites for PHYSICa.
  • For May/June – Transcribe free write bits that might be useful to Abbott project. – Eric came up with an interesting angle for the Abbott project and I’m probably going to turn my eye toward what might be useful for that.
  • Daily free write. – Wrote Sunday, Monday, Tuesday.

Reading, related to writing

  • Maps and Legends: Reading and Writing Along the Borderlands
    by Michael Chabon. – 53% done.
  • For May/June – The Call of Stories by Robert Coles.
  • Finish reading River City Empire (related to next possible writing project) by the end of April.
  • On the River, Down Where They Found Willy Brown by Theodore Wheeler (also related to the possible Abbott project)


  • Look for new promo options. – No movement
  • – Better mobile design. – I’ve been reduced to floating elements….
  • – Add excerpts. – No movement until I get redesign done.
  • New descriptions/categories/tags for Weordan books. (April 15th)
  • List of reviewer contacts.

Personal Growth

  • Next Python class starts May 23. Review by doing a project related to book promo info. – No movement.

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2 thoughts on “ROW 80 ~ Wednesday Update, May 20th

  1. Eden

    Sometimes “no movement” is just code for “processing, will complete later”. You’re still getting things done, still moving forward.

  2. Denise D. Young

    I agree with Eden’s comment. She phrased it well. Sometimes we spend as much time processing info as we do on acting on it. I know I do, anyway.

    You’re making good progress on your goals. 500 words/day is a good target. It’s manageable but allows you to make steady progress. Best of luck!


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