Last week. Let's see...
I just did the math and I ended week 6 with 7215 words written on Wish Hits the Fan for a total of 15089. I would've gotten more out last night, but I needed to do some research to make it make sense. Now it makes sense. And it ties back to earlier in the story arc when I mentioned something that was never address to this point. Ah, the things my subconscious mind layers in that I have to later figure out what the hell I was thinking.
I've been working on some marketing to go along with tomorrow's 2-year anniversary of Dying Ember being published. I have one ad going out today with Reading Deals and another one going out tomorrow with Booktastik. I'll let you know how those go. Oh, and both Dying Ember and Fertile Ground are on sale for 99c/.99p today through the 18th. Spread it around.
After the reel debacle, I had some success fishing on Friday and Saturday. No keepers, but bass are always fun to catch. Now, I'd like to catch something I can eat. I needs me some fresh fish in my belly.
The reading has, once again, slacked off as I concentrate more on my writing. I started a book and DNF'd it. The characters were irritating me. Then I started Julie Seedorf's Granny Hooks a Crook (which is apparently the 2nd book... Derp.). It's really fun, but I haven't gotten back to it in a few days.
It was 82 degrees F here yesterday. =oO
Oh, and I got some books in the mail last week. In Defense of Selfishness by Peter Schwartz and some Viking novel a friend had recommended (to round me up to $25 for free shipping). I only ordered books because Amazon had sent me an email saying I'd get a $10 Kindle credit if I bought a non-fiction title. So I did. Then I didn't get the credit. So I contacted Amazon via their chat help thingie. The person insisted I got no such email. I gave them all the particulars and then offered to forward them the email. They gave me the credit. Damn straight. Well, supposedly. They said I won't 'see' the credit anywhere. It'll just be applied when I place an order. I haven't done that yet, so we'll see.
That's it for me. How was your 6th week of 2017?