How I did on last week's goals
I came across Ready. Set. Write! in the middle of last week and immediately signed up, all ready and raring to go. I did it last summer and I remember it keeping me on track of my summer goals. Unfortunately, the few days after that, I barely got a thing done writing-wise. But I'm giving myself a pass since I didn't actually set any goals last week.
My goals for this week
Finish critiquing a CPs MS. Continue revisions on my YA mystery JAR OF HEARTS. Also, my cover reveal is this Thursday so THAT!
A favorite line from my story
Here's my tagline for SWAY, my adult romance/Persuasion retelling coming from Samhain Publishing this winter:
She'd be happy to forget... if the past would just stop hitting replay.
The biggest challenge I faced this week
My mom was here visiting, my three girls had their dance rehearsals and recitals (3 different ones), and my son had a baseball tournament. Plus it was my hubs birthday. So ALL THE THINGS.
Something I love about my WIP
Since my focus is on a couple different manuscripts right now, I'm going to say (yet again) how much I love my cover for SWAY. I'm so excited to reveal it this Thursday! And if anyone wants to take part and help me spread the cover love, let me know! :)
I'm still reading Anne Lamott's BIRD BY BIRD. She hasn't revealed any new and exciting writing advice, but the way she writes is amazing. It's the kind of book where I feel like we're best friends now. ;)
I'm also reading THE LOST HERO by Rick Riordan- the first book in THE HEROES OF OLYMPUS series. As always, love his books.