Friday, February 7, 2020

Writing Through The Week.

To my dearest friends and followers,

First and foremost, thank you for taking the time to read this.
I hope all of you had an amazing week!!

Mine was pretty decent. I've been to Barnes & Noble twice this week, got 4 new books, and have already devoured one of those books.

Yesterday I found myself in a cute little shop called Handmade Market. It was really quaint, stocked with enamel pins, small purses, adult and child sized aprons, little decorative pillows, jewelry, and other trinkets. One thing I got there was a pair of fingerless gloves!! They are really cute and comfy and perfect for chilly hands that love late-night writing.

Something I learned about this week is an app called Libby. It's a great app for book-lovers!! Some of you might already know what it is, but I just learned about it from a friend. It's essentially like audible, but it's free!! I don't usually like audiobooks, but I started using audible last month mainly because a book club account on Youtube that I was a part of was removed and I wanted to feel like I wasn't reading alone. XD
Anyhow, Libby is like an online library. You have to have a library card and then you can stream or download audiobooks AND ebooks. I'm not sure how it all works because I've just downloaded the app myself, but I'm excited to try it out.

On another note, as I said in my post last week, I received all my manuscripts back from my beta readers. I began working through those and I am editing my book accordingly!!
It's been going really well. I gave myself 12 days to work through 36 chapters (it wasn't until later that I realized my book actually has 39 chapters...but I'll make it work XD).
Currently I am finished with the first 23 chapters and I have yet to work on any today. So basically, I am ahead of schedule!! In just a few days, I'll be finished going through my book!! AHHHHHHH!!

I'll probably give it another go-over, and I still have a few other things I need to work on before publishing...

Yours truly,

Handmade Market 

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