Wednesday 4 September 2019

Yesterday was a good productive day.

My morning session was 10am to 1pm and I managed to write one blog post, schedule one blog post and I started the collation for a new non-fiction book, another writers’ guide, Diary of a Non-Fiction Book.

I also did the first exercise of the day for 14 Days … which was logging time spent on social media.

In all, for the morning session, I wrote 2,196 words.

My afternoon session was 2pm to 5pm and I started by catching up with emails. Then I started another collation for another non-fiction book, another writers’ guide, Diary of a Pocket Novel. I formatted Diary of a Pussycat, but still have editing to do on that and new exercises to add in.

At the end of the day, again, I did my 15-minute writing sprint exercise for 14 Days …

In all, for the afternoon session, I wrote 3,110 words.

That means for the day I wrote 5,306 words … sadly none yet for The Life of Richard Cadbury. But as this is the first chance I’ve had in ages to even look at existing projects, and as some of the emails were for that book, I’m not beating myself up over it. Yet.

Today, I have a quick proofreading job in from the Hong Kong client to turn around straight away as they’re waiting for it. (It only arrived yesterday, when I was already mid-workflow.) I have today’s exercises to do for 14 Days … I have this week’s writers’ group meeting to write up and post (already done). And I have another diary of a non-fiction book blog post to write and schedule.

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