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Sunday, January 18, 2015

Progress Report: Week 3 January 2015


So, this week, I finalised my time at work. It was both sad and frustrating, but also tinged with the tiniest speck of hope that now things will start to move forward. We will see. Already my back is starting to get stronger, and I’m feeling less sick. I’m still sleeping a lot more than I’d like, but that, too, is slowly improving. Stress – who knew?
Anyway, the writing is going well. So far, I have completed a full piece of work for each week in January, and am busy working on the work for February. Of course, the publishing process takes a little bit longer, so you won’t be seeing a release for each week of the month—not yet; not while I still have study obligations, and I do, even though the semester is yet to begin.
I’m almost looking forward to this year. I don’t know what it will bring, and I have no idea where this path will take me, but it looks to be an interesting ride.

Overview


  • New words produced: 3,168
  • Old words revised: 326
  • Works completed: 0
  • Works revised: 0
  • Covers created: 0
  • Works published: 0
  • Works submitted: 0
  • Competitions Entered: 0
  • Bloggery: 1,077

Tier 4 Tasks


  • Completed poems to early February for Annual27—366 Days of Poetry

Publishing Tasks


  • Created 2 blog posts for this blog;
  • Formatted Annual12B—C.M. Simpson: Short Stories and Poems from 2013, Vol. 2 for CreateSpace normal-print print-on-demand
  • Formatted AcademicEssay3—Basofi’s Choosing for DriveThruFiction, OmniLit, Amazon-Kindle and Smashwords
  • Formatted ShortStory407—Ducky for DriveThruFiction, OmniLit, Amazon-Kindle and Smashwords
  • Began the format of TweenNovel2A—Anna and the Rock Dragons

New Arrivals


  • Poem458—I Don’t Know What to Write: a contemporary poem about not knowing what to write;
  • Poem459—The Creepers in the Tunnels Knew: a fantasy poem about subterranean dangers that threaten adventurers;
  • Poem460—Space Pirate Attacks: a science fiction cinquain about space pirates and their prey;
  • Poem461—Devils and Angels: a speculative poem about the difficulties of life;
  • Poem462—Dusk Bound to Survive: a speculative poem about surviving in a desert;
  • Poem463—Pictures and Words: a contemporary poem about watching the news;
  • Poem464—The End of the Line: a speculative poem about facing the end of our lives;
  • Poem465—Dragon’s Mirth: a fantasy poem about a dragon’s laughter;
  • Poem466—Dragon Mirth and Tree Death: a fantasy poem about the dragon’s laughter, from a tree’s perspective;
  • Poem467—We’re all Human: a speculative poem about people being people and treating each other right;
  • Poem468—The Year’s End: a contemporary poem about the ending of the year;
  • Poem469—A Prophecy of Masks: a fantasy poem in the form of a prophecy about masks;
  • Poem470The Posties are Out: a poem inspired by sights on a Canberra summer day… and postmen. Don’t forget the postmen.
  • Poem471—Life’s not Fair When You’re Five: a contemporary poem about how a five-year-old feels when left at home by mum;
  • Poem472—Bus Stop Regrets: a contemporary poem about waiting at the bus stop;
  • Poem473—Greening the Heart: a contemporary poem about humans and plant life;
  • Poem474—Creation of the Vale of Stone: a fantasy poem about trolls;
  • Poem475—A Hunter in the Stars: a science fiction poem about seeking someone in the stars;
  • Poem476—Jam Tarts and Apple Pies: a speculative poem about war and children;
  • Poem477—Swan Mays and True Love: a fantasy crown cinquain about the curse of swan mays;
  • Poem478—The Troll Host’s Plea: a fantasy poem about the curse of a guesting boon on a family;
  • Poem479—A Yearning for the Stars: a science fiction poem about love, asking for help and a future in the stars;
  • Poem480—The Wizard’s Secret: a fantasy poem about a wizard who wants to silence a witness;
  • Poem481—My Last Hope Flies: a science fiction cinquain chain about escaping apocalypse;

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