Is it just me, or are these Wednesdays flying by too quickly?
First, I received a lovely review of Gravity: The Complete Trilogy from Nick Wilford at Scattergun Scribblings yesterday.
Last week I mentioned I finished writing "Blind Scribe" in Men of Foxwick. My first CP read it and got a critique back to me, so I'm making some changes, so I can send it to second CP soon.
On Monday, I finished editing Part I of The Phoenix Prophetess. I've now sent it to my three critique partners, so I'm hoping they'll like it. I'm at the point with Part I where I'm way too close to the story, characters, and writing, so it's hard for me to edit it any more without some additional guidance. Next month, I plan to tackle self-edits on Part II.
My main concerns for the rest of January are writing The Loveless Princess and editing Act I of Starred. I'm a bit behind where I'd hoped to be, but if I can do a chapter/scene a day, then I should be able to finish writing the first thirteen chapters of The Loveless Princess and have Act I of Starred edited by February 1st. We'll see how that goes.
As it is, I know no writing/editing will be done on Saturday, since I'll spend most of the day at the Roanoke Regional Writers Conference and then my sister's eighteenth birthday party Saturday evening. It'll definitely be a busy weekend.
So I guess I should get back to work.
What are you working on this week?