For horror try my Kelda blog
Well, not as productive as yours but getting there! I've been focusing on the "longer" short fiction so few tweets or kus (is that an accepted abbreviation?).
wow that is awesome productivity!
Hi, Sylvia, Hi Simon. I don't think kus is a proper term. But, I use it when I don't want to distinguish between haikus, scifaiku's (science fiction), horrorkus or senyrus (humour).Let's make it an accepted abbreviation by using it all the time.
26K? Very nice! I wrote/subbed 5 new short stories + some microfiction and haiku this month. So far, none of my W1S1 short stories have been accepted; only the little stuff. Hoping that will change soon...
That's some really good wordage, Debs!Not sure how many words i wrote in March, but i do know it's a fraction of yours. Actually, i can do some quick math on finished stories. 1.3k + 5.25k = 6.55 K. So, somewhere in the region of 6,500-6,600 words there, plus other story starts and stuff. Maybe 8k?
Hi, Milo and Sam. Yep, I'm happy I met my targets this month. Now to some more subbing. Casting that net a little wider, this month, methinks.
Way to go! While you were being productive, I was stressing about a music video and fundraising dinner. So much for writing eh?
Hi Deborah, my month has been slow, congrats on yours. In asnwer to your question Yes I think that book Breakout Novel is a good book and the OU book Creative Writing. See: http://scribbleandedit.blogspot.com/p/how-to-brilliance.html for others :O)
Hi Crystal, that sound like (stressful) fun. We writers have to do other things, too. Thanks for the tip, Madeleine. I'm ethused about my project, today. Must try to sustain that enthusiams. I know that switching from shorts to novels can be a difficult transitions for some writers. But I'm schooling myself to enjoy the journey.
sounds like you did lots in March. Well done :)
Congrats on your writing progress! 26k--wow.