This week was filled with rain and launch activities for the release of The Fine Art of Keeping Quiet. I’m really pleased with the free read activity (see links below). I love being able to offer a try-before-you buy sample. (I also love downloading and reading those myself, which is the main reason I’m doing this.)
It’s getting downloads at Barnes and Noble and Apple, but it’s no surprise that the most action is at Amazon:
Otherwise, I did more work on Pansy, some world building and what I call, for lack of a better term, structural work. I’d like to say I’ve done more writing work this week, but I can’t.
No submissions, but then, no rejections either. I still have some pending work out there, too. I suspect there will be a deluge of rejections much like the rain we’ve had this week.
- The Fine Art of Keeping Quiet ~ launch activities … whew.
- Pansy ~ world building, structural work
It’s still free! Get two young adult short stories and the first four chapters of The Fine Art of Keeping Quiet.
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3 responses to “Weekly writing check-in: the one with all the rain”
I was thinking about you last night. I entered some of my work into a lot of journals. Hopefully it will be accepted!
Good for you! And keep sending your work out there and don’t worry too much if it’s rejected. Since I posted my blog on Sunday, I’ve received two! That’s the way it works sometimes.