Progress Report – June 2016
June 2016 is in the books!
As has been my pattern recently, June 2016 proved to be a month of very little new writing. Instead, I concentrated on getting older works spread and promoted as school and work at the wedding blog, plus podcasting, took up a lot more of my time and for very good reasons. My summer Capstone project keeps me hopping but the work is of interest and it is bringing in actual paying work. Plus I got a raise at the wedding blog!
Furthermore, at the G & T Show, we are looking to spin off my law and fandom show, Semantic Shenanigans.
On the G & T Show forums, I kept on posting Together.
See the Stats page for individual read and review counts.
I continue to work with beta readers on The Enigman Cave. Beta reading takes a while and the story is a long one. I can see it will need some overhauling but I am simply far too busy to do that right now. It will be tackled in late August or in September in anticipation of sending it out for professional editing and then querying later in the year.
I continued to research this year’s planned NaNoWriMo novel, The Real Hub of the Universe. I have also been putting together the outline, which I can see while sprawl over maybe three books.
This Month’s Productivity Killers
School, work, and podcasting – aren’t they enough?
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