1. Write 500 words per day on any project.
I had a really good mid week check-in and then there was lots of nothing. I can't remember what, if anything, I did writing related for Thursday. I spent 8 hours trying to find a program that meets my needs for lesson planning only to be defeated on Friday. Saturday I was at a reenacting event and that took up most of the day. Here it is Sunday and I am at least working on the ROW80 and hoping to get some writing time.
2. Blog at least every Wednesday and Sunday.
Still keeping up with this. I had some trouble with this post because I like to add something besides the check-in, but there was just nothing and I was spending time I could have been writing trying to figure out what else to post.
3. Check out at least 10 posts from each new ROW80 linky before the next one comes out.
Success! I was able to make it to 10 fellow ROW80 participants and leave comments.
4. Use Twitter at least once per day.
I didn't get to Twitter on Saturday, but managed to post the other days and not spend too much time messing around.
5. Post on my author Facebook page at least 3 times per week.
I thought about this on Friday, but didn't have anything to post so didn't get to it.
6. Read 1 book per week.
Still working on Sherlock Holmes and not getting far. I reached the second part and was completely confused. There is a huge shift in the middle of a sentence from the perspective of Dr. Watson to another character in a completely different country. It was so jarring that I thought the file was corrupted. However, after checking reviews there were many mentions of the jump. Now that I am not as confused I can finish the book.
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