March 2015

Highlights:

  • Edited almost the entire book Memoirs of a Deathwalker, then sent it to a thematic expert to be read.
  • Sporadically updated social media outlets
  • Was not very good about keeping this day-by-day list up to date – partially through neglect, but also because some several technical glitches.
  • However, I did write and publish one fairly long blog article.

Day-By-Day:

  1. Sunday, Nothing.
  2. Monday, posted updates to Facebook and Twitter, including the February Progress Report, signed up for the Antioch Writer’s Workshop over the summer.
  3. Tuesday, spent time on Goodreads groups (I feel like they have a lot of potential), sent an email to a possible Milwaukee Zoo contact, updated Facebook and Twitter,
  4. Wednesday, I had something written for this day, but wordpress didn’t save it and now there’s no way I can remember!
  5. Thursday, I had something written for this day, but wordpress didn’t save it and now there’s no way I can remember!
  6. Friday, I had something written for this day, but wordpress didn’t save it and now there’s no way I can remember!
  7. Saturday, Day off.
  8. Sunday,  I had something written for this day, but wordpress didn’t save it and now there’s no way I can remember!
  9. Monday, I had something written for this day, but wordpress didn’t save it and now there’s no way I can remember!
  10. Tuesday, I had something written for this day, but wordpress didn’t save it and now there’s no way I can remember!
  11. Wednesday, I had something written for this day, but wordpress didn’t save it and now there’s no way I can remember!
  12. Thursday, I had something written for this day, but wordpress didn’t save it and now there’s no way I can remember!
  13. Friday, This is a summery for the missing week of work that I lost through negligence, or technical error, depending on how generously you want to interpret the loss of data. I’ve worked through Chapter 27 in Memoirs of a Deathwalker – feeling pretty good about it too. I’ve been fairly consistent on Twitter, less so on Facebook and Goodreads, but some work has been done there too. I reached out to Stormonth Elementary School in Fox Point and they aren’t interested in a reading – schedules are already too tightly packed.
  14. Saturday, Day off.
  15. Sunday, Nothing.
  16. Monday, Sent A Study In Cutlets to a fellow author who agreed to review it, worked on Twitter and Facebook, emailed my Kenyon class representitive with the news of ASIC’s release, finished reading Memoirs of a Deathwalker,
  17. Tuesday, Nothing.
  18. Wednesday, Made a few broad edits to Memoirs of a Deathwalker, then sent it to another beta reader, emailed beta readers for The Sign of Fur, that I would like written feedback by the end of March.
  19. Thursday, Spent time on Twitter, sent an email to a local expo asking how to get a table, reached out to a local bookstore to see if they’d carry my books (nope).
  20. Friday, Research for next Sherlock Bones book.
  21. Saturday, Day off (from novels, I still subbed two classes in Kohler).
  22. Sunday, Nothing.
  23. Monday, Recovering from very busy work weekend.
  24. Tuesday, Updated Twitter and Facebook.
  25. Wednesday, I’m taking a bit of a break since I seem to be between projects while waiting for feedback from beta readers.
  26. Thursday, Break.
  27. Friday, Break.
  28. Saturday, Break.
  29. Sunday, Break.
  30. Monday, Updated Twitter and Facebook.
  31. Tuesday, Updated Twitter and Facebook.
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