Ready. Set. Write! #RSWrite – 6th update!

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Ready. Set. WRITE! is a summer writing intensive that encourages goal-setting and accountability, and provides an opportunity for us to cheer each other on wherever we’re at with our writing projects—planning, drafting, revising, or polishing. This year, your RSW hosts are Alison MillerJaime MorrowErin FunkKaty Upperman and myself. (For the detailed information about RSW, including  the wonderful buttons created by the lovely Jaime, click here)

And don’t forget, if you’re on Twitter, we check and cheer each other on using #RSWrite

1.  How I did on last week’s goals.

Hmmm. Not so good. I threw my back and…that wasn’t really conducive to productivity. I have decided I should never mop again

  • Write 10000 words in ASB (back in Scrivener) – NOPE. I did move my document to Scrivener and I’m also working on getting my plot right thanks to an online class. But not being able to move for a few days made it hard and I have a lot to catch up…I can sit again properly so yay!
  • Finalize the ASLNO e-Arcs and send them out first to FB group and then set it up on Netgalley. –> Done and the first reviews are coming in. Always so nerve-wracking.
  • Finalize the paperback version of ASLNO –> Almost done. I did the last read-through and reuploaded the files..
This is how my last read-through looked like :)

This is how my last read-through looked like 🙂

  • Work out 3 times and run 2 times –> I did Yoga almost every single day this week, but didn’t run.
  • Work on the detailed timeline to release date –> In progress.
  • Write post on self-publishing –> Yes 🙂

2.  My goal(s) for this week.

  • Write 10000 words in ASB i.e write at least 2000 words a day.
  • Continue yoga at least 3 times a week and if my back feels better, run at least once.
  • Catch-up on my online class
  • Write a selfpub post
  • Finish timeline and create timeline for Always Second Best
  • Write newsletter for Thursday

3.  A favorite line from my story OR one word/phrase that sums up what I wrote/revised.

I’ve done quite a bit of re-reading this week as I finalized the files for A SUMMER LIKE NO OTHER to make my pre-order date…and I played around with some quotes…this was my Teaser Tuesday quote and I kind of love it 🙂

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4.  The biggest challenge I faced this week (ex. finding time to write).

My back.

5.  Something I love about my WiP.

Nick & Em. I really do love Nick & Em and I’m so happy I get to spend more time with them.

Are you participating in RSW? 
Don’t forget to link to your  update below!

Giveaway winner
Annnnnd the giveaway winner of last week’s Writer’s Care Package is Liz Parker 🙂
 I’ll send you an email today 🙂

I am SO very much looking forward to reading all about your progress!

17 Comments

  1. Alison Miller says:

    LOVE that teaser, lady! And I am so sorry about all the back troubles! 😦 I hope you can get some QT in with ASB this week and that you are back problem free!

  2. Is your back completely healed yet? Ugh… The literal worst. And which yoga videos are you doing? Any fun new ones to send my way? You’re rocking your goals, bad back and all, and I’m super impressed. Hope this week is awesome, lady! (Also, I loved seeing your name with Sarah Dessen’s on my blog — totally exciting!)

  3. I’m so, so sorry to hear about your back. I saw you Tweeting about it last week. Yoga is definitely the right call, but you don’t want to overdo it. My BFF threw out her back doing an advanced version of pigeon and it was no good. Good luck this week! And I’m so excited about the care package!

  4. sbcrispell says:

    Oh, no. So sorry about your back. Stupid mopping. But I’m glad you’re feeling a little better! That teaser is so good. I can’t wait to read ASLNO this week. Thanks again for the ARC. I will get my review up asap. 🙂 Good luck with writing this week.

  5. Courtney Leigh says:

    Ack! Very sorry to hear about your back. We never see those kinds of things coming, so it’s great to hear that you can still do yoga and that you can sit properly again! Hopefully you’ll be doing even better by the end of this week. Good luck with the writing and with all the book release prep! ❤

  6. Erin Funk says:

    Seriously, I’m not sure how you got anything done at all last week after throwing out your back. Ugh. Back pain is awful. I hope you’re feeling much better this week and that everything will be back on track (no pun intended)! Also, I really enjoyed that snippet from your story, especially that last line. 🙂

  7. Jaime Morrow says:

    I was sorry to hear about your back. That just confirms it: housework is harmful to your health. 😉 Awesome job with your goals this week, especially considering the back issues. Hope this is a super productive week!

  8. Kitty says:

    Oooh, I love your excerpt! Hot! (A moment, please, while I fan myself. 🙂 ) So sorry your back went out. Definitely no more mopping! I threw my back out once while vacuuming. I did not vacuum for MONTHS after that! Have a great week.

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