Writing Journal 12.3.2018: Staring at a dry stretch as I begin December

Well, at least I wrote a few extra words this week. 🙂

+723 words written.

Days writing: 2 out of 7.

Days revising: 0 of 7 for 0 total minutes.

Daily Writing Goals Met (500+ words or 30 minutes of revisions): 1 of 7 days.

So, not much change from last week. I had two snow days in one week after three winters in a row in which I had three snow days total. That can throw people off, especially after being out of school for a bit due to the Thanksgiving holidays.

I am literally going to sit down and force myself to write something for the blog on Wednesday, sort of a special #WritingAdviceWednesday (#WAW) piece. I call it that, but it’s more of a personal piece about how a grammar rule affects me.

Not too much else to write about, all things considered.

Other items:

  • No update on the book publishing… yet.
  • I still don’t like that the new proposed editing feature for WordPress doesn’t have sharing with Facebook and Twitter. Another complaint – it doesn’t allow you to use the Pexels free media library when you are selecting new photos. Are they going to fix that in the new system? Do we have to have a new system. How responsive is WordPress’ helpdesk?

I said it last week, but I know I will have a more productive week coming up. I’ll see everyone around.

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