Weekly Update 6-18-05

Well, it’s that time again. Made a little more progress last week. Would have done better, but got bogged down by the doubt demon. Still trying to throw him off. Reading more Desires, picking them apart, and trying to compare my WIP to what I’m seeing.

Anyway, here’s the damages:

Weekly Productivity Report
Date——–T/B—M/L—R/S— Ttl Pgs
6/12——— 0—– 1——0——- 0
6/13 ———0—– 1——0——- 0
6/14 ———0—– 0——0——- 0
6/15 ———0—– 0——0——- 0
6/16——— 0—–10——0——-0
6/17 ———0—– 5——0——- 0
6/18 ———0—– 0——0——- 0
Wkly Ttls: –00—-17—–00——17 <—
Prev Ttls: –19—- 59 — 09—– 87
Ttl Pg Ct: –19—- 76 —-09—–104

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As an author of sizzling romance, Annie takes contemporary settings. and incorporates twists with sci-fi and paranormal elements.
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8 Responses to Weekly Update 6-18-05

  1. >Throw him off, tie him up, gag him, and sit on him. Better yet, I’ll loan you Harry. He eats doubt demons. ;-)I know it’s completely ironic coming from Ms. Realist, but if you give in to the doubt, you never finish. I like what Steph said in her comment — get to the end of the book your way. It’s YOUR book. The story of YOUR heart. Your vision is what matters.


  2. Carol B. says:

    >I think the problem is, what I have now ISN’T my original vision. Got to go rip out, cross off, hack it to death and see if I can find it again. 🙂


  3. >As my students would say, “You can doooo eeeet!” I have faith in you. :-DLet me know if I can help in any way.


  4. >I agree. Write it your way and don’t worry about everyone else. 🙂


  5. Steph T. says:

    >I’m just proud of you for posting your progress. Maybe you can find a chart that’s big enough for all of us?


  6. Carol B. says:

    >Oh, honey, don’t tempt me! I love making spreadsheets and filling in the blanks, watching the calculations pop in. 😀 I know, I know–I’m a sick woman.


  7. Suzanne says:

    >Good progress, Carol! You’re getting there. I did that a lot when I was starting writing–tearing the books apart to figure out how they did it. Then you do it your way. Study, then trust your own instincts!


  8. Carol B. says:

    >Thanks, Suzanne. I do feel like I’m learning and making progress – just not the added pgs kind this week. *sigh*


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