Not much of a progress report – ROW80

You may have noticed my absence on Wednesday, so I apologise I didn’t have time to participate in either WIPpet Wednesday or ROW80. I’ve been preparing for the release of The Fifth Watcher, and juggling a busy workload, so this week has been chaotic to say the least!

I almost didn’t post today, because I don’t have a great deal to report. I’m on track with my writing, and back to editing. I made progress on my blogging goals, and even managed to post on the Lance Legion blog. Which is all pretty boring, right? I could have tried to make this post more entertaining, but my energy levels are low, and so is my sense of humour it seems!

So, this is me, touching base. I hope you all had a good week, and I hope to learn of your progress when I visit my group.

Until next time.

Mel

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14 Comments

Sometimes no news is good news. It’s good to hear you’re on track πŸ™‚

All progress is good progress, even if it isn’t particularly exciting! πŸ™‚

Mine is a little slow, the main thing is every little bit helps. Best of luck to your writing and release of your book

    Thank you πŸ™‚ and I agree – every little helps. That makes me want to hum the tune from the Tesco ads – it’s their slogan! Sorry, my mind is all over the place today πŸ™‚ I hope you had a good week.

Pretty sure we’ve all been there. So long as you’re doin’ all right. :]

It’s great you’re on track, but don’t forget to take care of yourself too!

That’s good, Melissa, just drop in and tell us-all things are going well. Otherwise, I’d worry.

Things always seem to get busy at the same time! Glad you’re keeping on track with your goals πŸ™‚

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