Monday, December 26, 2011

Weekly Progress Check-In

Welcome!  This is the Mid-Willamette Valley RWA chapter's weekly progress check-in.

Did you meet your writing goals last week?  What do you plan to accomplish this week?


Genene Valleau, writing as Genie Gabriel said...

Hi, all! I made good progress on editing the fourth book of my LEGACY series this past week. Am also updating my databases of major events in the series so I don't drop story threads as the series progresses, and came up with some good twists and turns for the series. That was very cool!

More of the same this coming week, as major planning and decisions on promotion for my LEGACY series and two anthologies (for VALENTINE'S DAY and ST. PATRICK'S DAY).

Hope everyone is getting some writing done amid holiday celebrations!

Paty Jager said...

I finished the first draft of Logger in Petticoats last week and will spend this week tweaking two chapters my CP thinks needs beefed. While riding back from our daughter's in Baker City I decided the book needs an epilogue to show what happened to some of the family members and to set up a short story later on for the heroine in the first book's brother, Jeremy Duncan. He's old enough now he needs to fall in love.

Hope you all had a great Christmas and enjoy a healthy and prosperous New Year!

Annabeth Albert said...

YAY PATY AND GENIE!!!! You deserve all-caps!

And omg a novella for Jeremy!!!!!!!!! I loved him. One of my all-time favorite secondary characters.

I got about 1500 words last week, but I did have two major break throughs about the plot, so that's something. This week I want 3k. Or more.

Genene Valleau, writing as Genie Gabriel said...

Hey, Paty! I love spin-off books and series books! So glad you're setting up another one. :)

Annabeth/Bethany--1500 words is still very respectable, especially with young children and family at the holidays. Hooray for the plot break-throughs! Love those!