I canít believe Iíve been doing this for 20 weeks already! How time flies. I worked so hard this week, but not on what I was supposed to, so I really donít know if Iím doing myself any good here or not. I got on a roll with Malek. I even found a reader of the appropriate ago (8) who wants a draft as soon as Iím comfortable, so Iím trying to get that to him soon. I've also been invited to help write an article for a bookclub magazine, wihch should be unfolding soon. Song is going to have to wait at least one more week. Iím failing in my goal to have something in submission at all times, but it really canít be helped. I wonít have a computer this week anyway. If I get any work done at all, Iíll be pleased!
Unfortunately, I didnít get as much done as Iíd hoped this week. I do have my cover letter ready for Song, but I didnít get the rewrites finished. I thought I had a better ending, but no. Itís awkward. I had to put it aside so I can get a fresh look in a day or two.
I did a lot of writing this week, but not work. I ended up in contact with an old friend whom I havenít seen in about 14 years. Needless to say, there was a lot to catch up on. I love the internet! But I feel like Iíve been slacking professionally for a couple of weeks now. Iíd better get my act together this week!
Yes, I skipped a week. It wasnít for lack of working, but for lack of time to post here. (Husband needed this computer last weekend and most of the week, too) So, here it is, Motherís Day (Hi Mom!) I havenít had time to write today, unless this counts, but otherwise, Iím plugging along. In the last two weeks, I found out that Song did not make the final cut of the competition Iíd entered. With 1200+ other entries, I had little chance, especially with my story for young kids, but I do have some ideas for rewriting it before I send it to magazines, so the submission to the contest was well worth it. Iíve also been working away at Malek. I got hung up on chapter seven, and decided to insert some more stuff into chapter two, so Iím basically starting over on editing.