Hi all! I’m still without Internet, but it’s good, because we delayed getting Internet pending us moving into an actual house in a few weeks. Yep, I’m currently writing to you from a caravan.
But since this is my own bloghop, co-hosted by Beth Fred, it wouldn’t do for me to skip, would it?
For those of you who aren’t familiar with this bloghop, we’re a bunch of people who set some crazy big, crazy important or just plain crazy goals with the view of actually achieving them. To keep ourselves motivated (and to make it possible for us to encourage each other), we post updates on our progress on the last Friday of every month, unless otherwise arranged. If you have a goal that you’re going after, you’re more than welcome to sign up. Just click here for more info, or to see who else is taking part.
Let me just say that I’m in some excellent company.
And now, on to the meat of this post.
How did I do?
These were my goals for January:
1) Get back to sorting out the covers for Wo6C1, Wo6C2 and BvB1.
2) Finish final edit rounds for at least one of the three above mentioned books.
3) Finish rewriting ES1.
4) Rough draft 15k words.
Continue reading L’Etranger by Albert Camus.
Start reading Twelfth Night by Shakespeare
I finished it.
Read 4 other books
Still having to postpone, pending me gaining access to reliable Internet.
Survive first month of building a house while still editing and writing.
My goals for February:
I have a LOT of stuff I want to do, but I’m figuring that even if I do some of it, I’m happy.
1) Sort out covers for Wo6C1, Wo6C2 and BvB1.
1) Start reading Mansfield Park.
Survive until I have proper Internet again. Seriously. This sucks.
Right now, most of my life is in limbo, which I’m using to get a ton of writing stuff done. But February might bring me some more stuff to do that isn’t writing, so the goal here is to juggle as best I can.