Successful Resolution


Hey there, fellow ROWers, last check-in I asked for some feedback to use as guidance in deciding on my next writing venture. I’m happy to say you didn’t disappoint. Through the comments, Twitter, and e-mails, the consensus was that the rejected manuscript should go on the shelf for now and something new should be started. I have indeed followed that sage advice. I now have the sequel to Immortal Tigress in the works, and a new romance as well. Thank you all for the support; it was extremely helpful to me. I am now happily hard at work once again.



So, on with the progress report.
1.      Blog twice each week over and above my ROW80 check-ins
I didn’t quite make this one this week.
2.      Continue to read and comment on the blogs of my fellow writers
I’m happy with where I am here.
3.      Write at least 2K words on a WIP each week
I now have two WIPs in the works and have managed 2K words on each.
4.      I set out to publish six novels this year. I managed three last round, and two more between rounds, so that leaves me with one more novel to publish. I will see if I can get it out this round.
This is getting sorted out and I’m feeling good about this one again.
5.      Read and review two or more first novels by new writers this round
One down, one to go here.
6.      Publish two or more short works, between five and twenty five thousand words.
One down and one to go here, but I have no worries about this one.
Well, that’s it for me for this week. How did you all do? Did you hit your targets?

5 thoughts on “Successful Resolution”

  1. charismaloycharismaloy

    I am happy for you!! I know you are happiest when the stories flow! Oh wait, so are we all!! That's the joy of doing what triggers our passions!!

  2. KM HuberKM Huber

    Good for you, Prudence. Seems a sound decision especially in light of your writing progress this week. Hope your week is grand.

    Karen

  3. Jayrod GarrettJayrod Garrett

    Prudence, with how much amazing stuff you've done in getting books published and having so much work that you've accomplished, you shouldn't feel bad at all for needing to shelf a book. Not every novel has an audience other than you, but every book has a need to be written so that it is out of your head and you are able to express yourself in words. Great job on your goals! Keep it up!

  4. Alica McKenna JohnsonAlica McKenna Johnson

    Great job. I have been slacking. I have two new kids and my morning routine is totally fubar right now. I'll have to re-settle in and find my space for writing. I should get my new laptop soon, so that will now longer be an excuse.

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