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Sophia/Sìne 2h
Love Dru and her mom so much.
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Josephine Cameron 25m
I promised myself if I met my goal this morning, I could watch over lunch. And then I revised two *more* chapters than I planned. So that was effective. 😉
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Courteney Levet 15h
I'm now working on a section that needs some major trimming and probably some rewrites. Wish me luck, all.
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Chase Dost 19h
Anyway, it’s raining off/on all day in Franz Josef, so instead of hiking, we’re ACTUALLY going to do some before my bus to Fox Glacier this evening. Can you imagine? Actual, real, words-on-keyboard writing. Ground-breaking.
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Magdalyn Ann Is Revising 18h
Only got through chapter 7 in revisions and I've already added nearly 5k words. Sitting just shy of 60k.
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tara hannon Jun 13
Guys. I THINK I Just figured out the missing piece to the ending of a Picture book that I have re-written nearly 20 times. I really hope I agree with myself when I reread it tomorrow. 🤔🤞🏻
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Mayken Brünings 🏊 6h
I feel like I'm winning in this reduce-the-wordcount game just buy replacing my placeholder "bad guys time travelers" with the one-word name I've finally settled on.
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R. Miotto E. is eternally revising 🤷🏽‍♀️ 2h
Do you know that feeling when you read your final draft and you're just so, so proud of yourself and your hard work you get chills? I'm sure you do, you are a writer. THAT'S ME RN!
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Dorothy Winsor 2h
I revised the crap out of this page. Let that be a lesson to it and all its friends.
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Kyle T. Cowan 🏳️‍🌈 1h
Spending the morning going through edits from my Critique Group! It's so interesting what each person notices. I implement every note in a way that suits my vision, and never let any piece of advice go to waste.
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Brian Palmer Jun 12
I'm proud of you, writers. Whether you're pounding out thousands of words a day or struggling to write one awful sentence, you're doing it. Keep going, okay? 😀
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JenniferMarchSoloway Jun 18
Look for places where the protagonist feels absent from the page, observing a scene, rather than participating, especially when other characters are talking/interacting. Consider adding her thoughts + feelings to enhance her POV.
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Melanie Unruh Jun 15
Me, trying to rewrite this novel eleven years later...
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Liz Henderson 16h
I made it to the end of chapter 2 in the revisions! But, I think I'll go back over a few things tomorrow.
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Helen Corcoran 7h
I’m on another train this evening and determined to get some work done on the Muskequeers this time. (This burst of productivity is in no way related to my agent liking the chapters I sent him. 😂)
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Toby Rachel Hockenstein 4h
Going to read a few chapters of one of my new MSs to my 10 yo's class. Can't decide which one to read... My two sons couldn't agree.
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E. B. Brooks Jun 15
Ok, progress update time! This week, I've written a new prologue for Sandstorm to try it on for size, as well as re-revised the first two chapters. This book has given me constant headaches, but I'm determined to complete the polished version so I can share it!
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Shawn T. Anderson 🏳️‍🌈 35m
At lunch today, I’m worked on my June challenge manuscript. Slow start, but it’s coming together. Also revising some older drafts to submit to get into workshop this fall; deadline’s coming up.
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Lisa Billa Jun 18
Sometimes "sleep on it" works.
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Lowell Mick White 12h
“I looked up from my phone.”
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