Weekly writing check-in: the one with an Eagle Scout

EagleWell, it’s official, hardware and all. My son is now an Eagle Scout. He worked so hard for this, and the process had its ups and downs, to be sure. We’ll probably have a court of honor in a few months or so. But for now, we simply gaze upon the medal and pins–and that’s enough.

In other news, I managed about 3,000 words on the coffee ghost story. I worked through all the audio files for The Fine Art of Keeping Quiet. The Maze is done, and according to my dashboard, headed for retail (!).

Also, I wrote up a book review this week (see link below). And I may do another post in a bit to recap all the WWI books I’ve read in the past few years.

Writing Work:

Submissions:

  • Like Bread Loves Salt

Rejections:

  • Like Bread Loves Salt

Acceptances:

  • None

Publications:

  • None

3 Comments

Filed under Kids, Weekly Writing Check In, Writing, YA

3 responses to “Weekly writing check-in: the one with an Eagle Scout

  1. anno

    Sounds like a lovely week, all around — hope you’re basking in the glow.

  2. Congratulations to your son for becoming an eagle scout! Eagle scouts are a dying breed, unfortunately! Will look great if he is interested in going to college too!

  3. Keep at it! I am. I’m in school for my PhD now, but I am still going to make time to write.

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