#WriteMotivation… sort of

It’s… been a week.

I had a lot of things I wanted to get done. (A lot of writing, a lot of cleaning, a lot of gardening…) Some of them got done. Some of them didn’t. Most of them didn’t.

I got the bedroom nearly spotless. Nearly. There’s still a couple of things I need to do before it piles up again, but I’m determined to have a clean house before my birthday.

Gardening… hasn’t gotten done at all. Which is bad, because I have about a dozen plants that are going root-bound and I need to either get them in the ground, or in larger pots. One of those two.

Writing… well, some got done, some didn’t. You can see that below.

What I did do, though, is meet up with a local casual writers group. I say ‘casual’ because they aren’t affiliated with any organization. They just get together and write. I’ve been a member of their facebook group for maybe a couple of years now, but I’d never had the chance to actually go to a meet-up. I’m glad I did – it was a small group, but at a familiar location, and so it wasn’t too overwhelming for extremely-introverted me.


So, onto #WriteMotivation!

  1. Finish Camp NaNo goals – I haven’t even looked at Catalyst yet this month. *sigh*
  2. Work on A-Zs of Worldbuilding notebook – STARTED. I also realized that I still have my NaNo Winners code from November for 2 free paperback copies from Create Space. If I can get this put together by the end of June, I can actually USE that code this year.
  3. Read – I have READ. It’s been wonderful. I finished Bonded (by Michelle Argyle), and I’ve started Brood of Bones (by AE Marling). I should have the last book in the Daughter of Smoke & Bone (by Laini Taylor) series waiting for me at the library soon, too. Wheee!

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Rebekah Loper writes character-driven epic fantasy featuring resilient women in trying and impossible circumstances who just want to save themselves but usually end up saving the world, often while falling in love.
She lives in Tulsa, OK with her husband, dog, two formerly feral cats, a small flock of feathered dragons (...chickens. They're chickens), and an extensive tea collection. When she's not writing, she battles the Oklahoma elements in an effort to create a productive, permaculture urban homestead.