My Week in Review and Writing Links

Hello everyone. Happy Friday! Well, the weather has certainly turned wetter and windier this last week. I miss the freezing but sunny days, lol.

I’ve made steady writing progress this week. It’s surprising how much just 500 words every day over five days add up over the weeks. Limiting the novel to this count allows me time to plot a few scenes ahead of where I’m at, as well as giving attention to my short stories in progress, and I’m enjoying it a lot more than banging out a high daily word count as I have done in the past. And then there’s life too. I’ve done more wedding planning/organising this week, and I can’t believe it’s now less than six months away. Where is the time going?

Have a great weekend, everyone. Here are this week’s writing links:


Beginnings by Staci Troilo … first in a three-part series

Giving an Author Presentation by Mae Clair

Friday Book Share by Mae Clair



The Idea Mill from Entertaining Stories (C. S. Boyack)

Amazon Reviews from Nicholas Rossis

Self-Publishing: Expectation Vs Reality from Just Publishing Advice

NaNoWriMo Struggles? by Angela Ackerman from Romance University

Being a Writer in a Changing Climate by Theresa Stevens from Romance University

Update Your Keywords by Penny Sansevieri from Writers in the Storm

Occupation Thesaurus: Physical Therapist by Angela Ackerman from Writers Helping Writers

Story Empire (Co-authored)

Harmony’s Amazon Author Page

Twitter: @harmony_kent

LinkedIn: Harmony

Goodreads: Author Page

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CS Boyack

Thanks for the link. Sounds like you’re making wonderful progress.

Harmony Kent

Thanks, Craig. Have a great weekend ?

Mae Clair

Six months for the wedding? Wow! How exciting, Harmony!
Congrats on the word count.Wishing you a happy weekend!

Jan Sikes

Talking about the word count makes me think of the hare and the tortoise. Slow and steady. How exciting that the wedding is so close! I wish you all the best!

john howell

Thank you for the links. I see I missed a few and can now catch up. I have always concentrated on 1000 words a day (no more no less) I find it to be the best discipline. It could be 500 or 1500 but a goal that can be done every day of the week. Happy weekend to you.

D.L. Finn

Glad your writing is going do well. Yes, a little bit each day adds up! Have a great weekend.