Progress Report: Week Ending October 15, 2016

Don’t ask me where this week has gone—but it has gone. Also, spring is half-gone, and summer is fast approaching. Better yet, but somewhat sadly, too, the university year is almost gone (just three assessments left!). All this means, of course, that the writing and publishing season is about start – and I am very excited!


  • New words produced: 2,436
  • Old words revised: 0
  • Outlines and Notes: 0
  • Works completed: 0
  • Works revised: 0
  • Covers created: 0
  • Works published: 0
  • Works submitted: 0
  • Competitions Entered: 0
  • Bloggery: 177
  • University Prep and Assignments: 2,953

Story-A-Week Catch-Up Challenge Update

  • Proceeding, the next short story should be finished this week.

Stepping Up Challenge Update

  • Languages: Going very slowly.
  • Non-Fiction Reading: Reading for classes only.

Ingress Updates

No new challenges for me, although I still have a lot of badges that aren’t black, yet, so I'll work towards those. Speaking of badges, though, I earned two more this week, as well as seeing the arrival of the Via Lux Adventure Medal on the scanner. They look very pretty:

I also completed another 26 missions all set around Canberra. They were easy to complete in the dead-time between the bus arrival and class commencement, so there are a few. I might blog about these later. In the meantime, the mission medals are as follows:

Lap Around the Lake Banner

ANZAC Prd and AWM Banner


Canberra Mission Day Missions (6 of 24)

Single Missions

Publishing Tasks

  • Created 2 blog posts for this blog

And that’s it, for this week. The coming week will be a little busier – although I still have an assignment to write, and tutorial prep. My science fiction short story The Taletellers’ Slumber releases in three days' time (November 18).

When Grey, the colony’s Head Botanist, disappears, Kiralee worries. When he has not returned after five months, she goes looking for him, for Grey is more than chief botanist, Grey is a storyteller at heart, a believer in the importance of the tale—and so was every single one of those who disappeared before him. Can Kiralee discover where they went, before the stories are lost forever?


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