Today many writers are finishing up their first week in the Row80 writing challenge, the challenge “that knows you have a life.” I am hopping on the train already in motion. I’m excited at the prospects this challenge offers and find my fellow writer’s goals and enthusiasm inspiring!
You can find my goals under the Row80 tab at the top of my page. Since this is my first go-around and I am just now getting my feet wet and getting a feel for things. I expect my goals to change and fine tune over the course of the next eighty days. My main focus is finishing my WIP, therefore I am pushing all editing goals aside till its completion. I would like to place my word count higher, but experience with the kid’s schedules thus far has taught me to be more conservative – especially since I am piling on the Write-It-Forward course with Bob Mayer for the next two months.
Because I’m a straggler who failed to catch the train at the station and have only now secured my seat, I don’t have much to report on at this point. But I did spend my Saturday writing and editing two pieces (not including this one and one is relevant to my book) that total 1212 words. So I have that! I also spent a fair amount of time making changes to my site. I realize now that I probably should have included some site organization into the original goals set. But there is always time for adjustments as we move forward. It was time consuming as I organized categories, tags and links. There is still more to be done, as well as an over-all look change to match my log line better.
The extra bonus that will come out of this, outside of the desired progress on my book, is all the great people I am now looking forward to meeting. It will be a Row80 Party! Let’s kick it off in style…
Don’t you get the biggest kick out of watching Walken dance? I love studying his style and grace. 😀 I’m thinking of taking that escalator move to my local Macy’s. Maybe a little dancing on the tables in the shoe department as well. I’m sure they won’t mind.
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