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WIP Wednesday + Big News

Book: Nether Book 3.
Current Word Count: 23,438
Draft: 1

Did you see that up there? That word count jumped up 12k words from last week! I set a goal of writing 12k last week and I actually managed to make it happen. Sadly, this week my muse isn't playing very nice. I have not written in three days. The words just will not come and I refuse to force them. I have, however, been outlining future chapters which will make the writing part much easier once my muse stops being stubborn. It never fails. This week I set a goal of 15k words and I will be lucky to break 6k. Sigh...

If I stop setting goals or keep them secret from my muse maybe I'll get more done each day. 

Now on to the music driving what little inspiration I have this week:

Fever Ray - If I Had A Heart

Rihanna - Stay

Now for some big news. I announced on Facebook today that my husband and I are expecting our first child together. =) I am five months along and we just found out we're having a little girl. Now all those Twitter posts about me not feeling well will probably make some sense. Both baby and I are healthy, I just get really fatigued at times which is normal and doesn't help with writing either. =(

Bonnie Rae

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  1. WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT!!!!!! So excited for you!

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  2. Oh, congratulations, Bonnie! That such terrific news!! I'm so happy for you!

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  3. Excellent work!!! Rocking Job!! and to do that in spite of the all the work that goes in to growing a little human - I salute you!

    *~ MAJK ~*

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