Weekly check-in

I started my new challenge on June 1. I’ve gotten my two short stories written and submitted out to markets and I have been making progress on my WIP as well. Slowly but surely!!

The plan is to write a short story on odd numbered days and work on my books on the even numbered days.

I will beat these stupid brain tumors and have fun doing it!!!!

Weekly Writing Update

I actually got some writing and some publishing done this last week!!! Not a lot, let’s not get crazy. But considering everything I am going through, getting ANYTHING done is a major victory for me. I have a book and two short stories scheduled to release in the next few days. Plus I am gaining ground on my current WIP.

I also got another Honorable Mention in the Writer’s of the Future Contest!!!! That’s my second one in two years!!

I hope things are going well for the rest of you!!

Happy to see the weekend

Day 2 of full-brain radiation went well. It goes really quickly, so it’s kind of a breeze. There’s not a lot to it. I am starting to look a tiny bit sunburned though.

I am happy to see the weekend. No appointments on the weekends. So we have a bit of time to relax as a family.

Amos’ training went well yesterday. He is working on basic commands for walking with and soon in front of my wheelchair. He is having a blast with it and all the extra treats he gets during training sessions.

Here is our post-training picture:

Amos couldn’t stop looking at his trainer and her bag of treats.

Needless to say with all of the craziness this last week, I really didn’t get much writing done. Or publishing for that matter.

BUT I did have contact with two very wonderful editors who have each bought one of my short stories for their anthologies. They both had mercy on me and are doing my edits for me. I have gotten one back and she did the most beautiful job polishing my story. I am so happy to be working with such great people for these anthologies. I will post info about them when I have more knowledge of actual titles and publishing dates, etc.

How are things with you guys?