A3Writer: July Wrap-Up 2009
1001 Nights (4) Abraham (11) Aphrodite (3) Apocalypse (6) Apollo (4) Arabian (4) Artemis (5) Athena (3) Bard (1) Ben Slater (13) Bible (43) Celtic (2) Character File (2) Chinese (1) Christian (1) Conferences (29) creation myths (15) Criminalelement (11) Dark Winds (22) Demeter (10) Don Iverson (4) Eden (5) Enchanter (16) essay (9) F3 (359) (1) Fairy Tales (14) Family (2) Flood Myth (8) Flynn (67) Greek (50) Guest (1) Hades (10) Hercules (6) Hindu (2) History Prof (22) Holiday (12) Holiday Myths (6) Incan (1) Iranian (2) Japanese (1) Job (21) Knowledge Myths (3) Library (8) Life (121) Love Gods (4) M3 (152) map (13) Matt Allen (108) Metamyth (5) Misc Flash (36) monthly chart (21) Movies (6) Myth Law (2) Myth Media (4) NaNoWriMo (20) Noah (5) noir (9) Norse (10) Odyssey (7) Persephone (13) Persian (1) Poseidon (1) Prometheus (5) publishing (24) ramble (111) Review (1) Sam Faraday (26) Samson (10) Sci Fi (15) science (1) Serial (23) short story (14) Spotlight (8) Storm Riders (48) Teaching (136) Tech (18) Transformation (5) Travel (27) TV (10) TV Myth (1) Underworld (6) Vacation (15) vampires (18) W3 (11) Writing (166) Writing Tools (15) Zeus (7)

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

July Wrap-Up 2009

     Once again, I fell behind, but not nearly as bad as last year, and I have good excuses this year. I've had quite the busy summer with a vacation, visiting friend, and a wedding. Throughout it all I at least managed to edit a chapter here and there.
     It seems I'm splitting my time almost equally between writing and editing. It feels as if I'm not getting as much done, or that I'm copping out on writing, but I think I would much rather write than edit, so I'll keep embracing this urge for now.
     Even with the rash of editing, I'm still chugging away at Halloween Scourge and have hopes of finishing it up before NaNoWriMo, so I can insanely try and write yet another novel in a month. If I do manage to finish off my Scourge before All Hallow's Eve (there's a certain irony here which I both delight in and dread), I already have an idea for the next one I'll tackle, and a tentative title: Missing Succubus. I won't go into that right now, though, since I have a good two months to worry about that. Anywhere, here are the totals for July.



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