The Day of Accountability

How did you do? How was last week’s writing time? Did you reach your goals? Surpass them?

Yesterday I missed school because of illness. Last evening, though, I was feeling better–a little better. And I went to sit at the Writing and Illustrating for Young Reader’s booth at Life, the Universe and Everything.

It’s been a while since I have been to a writing event like that and it was lovely to see my many friend there.

So I’m going to count my time, with my rumbly tummy and cough at LTUE, a success.


I have been rereading my novel–the one that is nearly done–and loving it.

Plus, I am working on The Haven (my DD). That one still scares me!


So, not lots of new words, but lots of writing time.


How about you?

Are you having fun?

Loving the work?
Trying to get through the middles?


I think we should all go to lunch.

Want to?



Filed under Ann Dee, CLW, writing process

2 responses to “The Day of Accountability

  1. Andrea

    I revised nine pages of my manuscript and reviewed it with my critique group. That’s not much, but it felt like a lot. The best part is that I really enjoyed the work I did this week. So I’m counting it as an all-around (if small) success:).

    I’m excited about your upcoming novels. Have a nice weekend!

  2. benschwensch

    Yikes—what happened? I wrote a 3 or so part account and it’s not here. Hmmnnn. Kept up with blogs—in fact, got ahead so I can actually enjoy my 5 days off with Herb starting Monday—going to Nevada & Arizona . . . HOPING for CLEAN AIR !
    Spent three VERY full and successful days at LTUE—Carol, thanks for the hug!
    Let’s see . . . there were three . . . oh,yeah: I taught my writing class Tuesday night. All went well. Also arranged for a fantastic sub while I’m gone next week: Carolyn Campbell.
    That’s a pretty full week for someone who’s so weak. (Sorry—couldn’t resist being so punny!)


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