A week of reasons to celebrate . . .
My co-author and I have completed the edits. She has now moved on to finalizing photo selection and writing captions. Then . . . deep breath . . . it’s off to the typesetter. Mind boggling, to say the least.
I’m on track with OctPoWriMo. Fourteen poems written in fourteen days plus visiting a couple of my fellow poets each day. I love the challenge.
I’ve gone over a client’s collection of poems and tweaked them a final time . . . mostly a comma here and there.
I’m motoring along on the edit of another client’s historical novel; a third client’s non-fiction manuscript; and a fourth client’s story of his grandfather who fought in WWII.
I’ve begun to read Fellowscript, the InScribe newsletter. I may get it done before the next issue arrives. Yay!
I’ve begun an entry for InScribe’s 500-word challenge that must be submitted by midnight on Wednesday. I hope to finish it tomorrow. It’s just a fun way to keep writing.
I was honoured to meet my son’s girlfriend via Skype and talk with her for a few minutes.
Thinking we might have guests this past weekend, I did some extra housework. My dining room is again suitable for company – though a long way from picture-perfect.
I enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner with my family yesterday.
My hubby, daughter, and I popped by to visit my MIL today. She hasn’t been well and it was good to see her looking better. (She is such an inspiration. I pray I can grow old with as much grace as she exhibits.)
I have discovered compilations by my favourite vocalists on YouTube. It’s fun to listen to music while I work, though I often forget how much I enjoy it until I’m chair dancing again.
And now back to the edits I’m working on tonight. How’s it going for you, my fellow ROWers?