Did you know that when mice chew up your internet cable, you lose connectivity? I know. Crazy. Also, the new construction down the road didn’t help matters either.
I got my writing in this week, but didn’t send anything out. This is the last week of my InDesign classes, so all my spare time was spent working on the final assignments. Challenging but fun.
Next week, I hope to get a few more things out. On the plus side, everything I have out is still out there. No rejections this week either.
And … you may have noticed, I’m changing things up a bit. I am writing–a lot. And I will return to short stories (possibly next month), but I haven’t truly been doing the Write 1/Sub 1 challenge this year. I love doing the check in (it keeps me honest).
So, new name, pretty much the same content.
- The Time After ~5,000 words
- None this week
Well, would you look at that. Ghost in the Coffee Machine is its own thing now. A thing you can buy at many fine e-retailers, too.
Not only that, you can buy it for less than a cup of coffee. How often can you say that these days?
For the curious and thirsty, pour yourself a cup of coffee and then download a cup full of ghosts from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, or Smashwords.
One response to “Weekly writing check-in: the one with the mice”
My word count would really jump if mice ate my internet. I like your updates.