…I can taste it…
This week did not go as I had expected. My inability to stay asleep the last nearly two weeks has caught back up with me again. This made for a very long week and a very tiring week. It was hard to focus on work and my current projects at work. Which writing a an editor tool. Which requires a lot of thinking. And my brain was mush all week. It was hard. This also meant I didn’t get much writing done. I’d come home and just… give up for the night. ‘I’m gonna write now.’ Two hours later I still hadn’t moved from the chair to do anything. So I only go one short story done this week.
On the other hand, I did finish up going through all the final passes on all the short stories that hadn’t gotten a grammarly pass or second edit pass. Which was about six or eight stories there. Which means, I only have three short stories left to do! I can almost see the final product! The print outs in this weeks photo is not the final product. I’m printing out two of these little booklets for my grandparents. They get print copies and I’m taking the time to make them nice. I’ll post more pictures as I get them. Right now, it’s just lots of printed paper.
I’m really excited about this. This is the biggest writing project I’m seeing to completion yet. And I started and finished it in less then a year. Okay, I’m not done yet, so I’m not celebrating yet! But it’s still exciting that I’m this close to finishing. I’m not all that disappointed in how little I worked this past week.
- E-publish MacSweeny’s Short stories before November.
- Get back on Track with Weavers, Book 1. (this won’t be happening before November now. Lets be realistic)
- Fix this blog up something nice. I have no idea what yet.
MacSweeny’s Maniacal Material Market: Short Stories of Employee Mayhem.
- 23 / 26 edited
- 23/26 final
- Next week’s goal: Xylosma Invasion, Yesterday
- Story: 0
- Shorts: 0
- Other: 286
- Editing: 450
Time: 4 hours, 28 minute