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#Writemotivation Week 1 Update


 It is that time again! I missed March =(, but I am back with a vengeance for May! Here are my goals for this month:



1. Line by line edit third Nether Book.
2. Get third Nether Book sent off to editor.
3. Write another 20k on NA sci/fi
4. Blog at least twice a week.
5. Comment on more blogs.

Not sure I will even get to number 3 like I had planned. This third and final Nether book is draining me, but it is worth it. It will be all wrapped up this week, minus edits, and sent to the editor no later than May 24th. 

Like I said it is hard saying goodbye to a series.  Really hard. Both emotionally and writerly. There are so many things to wrap up. So many character's to finalize their individual parts. That and everything I've been  building up to is finally happening. Dear Lord, it is scary. I love it, though. 

So essentially goals one and two are going well. I may or may not have to skip number three and numbers four and five are a work in progress. All in all I am feeling pretty darn good. =)

Time to get back to writing!

Bonnie Rae

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  1. I need to comment on more blogs, too. Got some great goals ahead of you. Best of luck reaching them! :)

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  2. YAY for your 3rd Nether Book! AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME! Can't wait!
    *hands you cookies* sorry, there's a lot of crumbs cuz, you know...I had to have a few :P

    Jamie Dement (LadyJai)
    http://writebackwards.we3dements.com

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    1. Mmmm cookies!!! It's almost done! Writing the final battle scene today and tomorrow. =)

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  3. good healthy chunk of goals there. welcome back!

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    1. Thanks Valerie! It is so good to be back! =)

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  4. Wow, you're really moving along on the 3rd Nether book!! I'm sure you can nail these goals - you seem to get words down really quickly. Good luck this month :)

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    1. Thanks Cheyenne, I am trying really hard. This one has been the hardest one to write out of all three. =)

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  5. It sounds like you're off to an awesome start.:)

    I'm starting my series, but I'm sure when I end it, it'll be tough to let it go. I think you're handling it well. :)

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  6. Wow, so excited for the third Nether book! You certainly can write fast, but I've never been disappointed with your quality of writing afterward :).

    Can't wait to read it!

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  7. Great goals, girl. You are such an inspiration to me. I DEFINITELY need to start blog commenting more. I miss reading everyone's words of wisdom!

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