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WIP Wednesday + Write Motivation

Book: Nether 3
Current Word Count: 59,023
Draft 3:
Book Complete.

YAHOOOOOO! Book 3 is finally finished!! A few polishing touches tomorrow and it goes to the editor on Friday!!!! This is the best feeling since I really struggled with this last one. Due to not wanting to finish it for fear of saying goodbye to these characters and also being pregnant. The last month my focus has been SHOT with baby brain. I always thought that was something people made up, but now I totally get it.

*Happy dance*

Two songs that helped me along this week:

Natalie Maines - Take On Faith

Jonathan Jackson - Let There Be Lonely

Now for my Write Motivation goals:

1. Line by line edit third Nether Book. (Finished).
2. Get third Nether Book sent off to editor. (Mailing it out Friday).
3. Write another 20k on NA sci/fi  (not happening this month)
4. Blog at least twice a week. (Doing better)!
5. Comment on more blogs. (Trying. This should get better now that my novel is finished and I am not in crunch mode 24/7).

I am pretty happy where I am at, all things considering. Next week I will probably re-outline my sci/fi in preparation to try and finish it in June. If I finish that one too (half way through it), I will feel super accomplished before baby comes. Since after she comes I will be taking the rest of the year off. I'll write here and there when and if I have time, but lets face it. Newborn > all other things. You get my point. 
 
Unless I get a super easy baby. Yeah right! No babies are easy and being a first time mom, I so have my work cut out for me. Luckily I was twelve when my little sister was born and actually played a huge role in raising and caring for her so it won't be all new to me. 
 
Happy Wednesday
Bonnie Rae

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  1. Congrats on finishing Book #3! It seems like you're really doing well with all your Write Motivation goals.

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