My Week in Review and Writing Links

Hello everyone. Happy Friday! This week, I started making wedding crutches … I’ll show a tutorial on here at some point. So far, I’ve transformed one grey and scuffed crutch into something beautiful using satin ribbon, strong adhesive double-sided tape, and organza flowers. Now I have to get cracking on the other one–I just have to wait for the ebay seller to get back from holiday so that I can order more flowers, lols!! I love getting a chance to express my creative side ūüôā As well as that, I’ve written more flash fiction stories and have made a start on another short story using the following Storymatic prompts …

  1. Person who takes shortcuts
  2. Person who needs to remove a tattoo right away
  3. Fever
  4. Rest area

I love these! I also fell in love with this week’s quote at first sight. I’m sure many of you would agree with the sentiment ūüôā

When I added up the word count on the five stories I’ve completed already, I have roughly 20,400 words! At this rate, I’ll have enough for another book before long.

Have a wonderful weekend everyone. Here are your links for this week:


Two Sources of Writing Help by P.H. Solomon

Keep the Pressure On by Craig Boyack

Five for Friday: Hilarious Book Dedications by little ole me



Adding Depth to a Character by Becca Puglisi from Writers Helping Writers

Is Amazon replacing POD via Createspace? from Just Publishing Advice … I’m not happy with this as I use CP rather than KDP for all my print books.

First Page Critique by Laura Drake from Writers in the Storm

Polishing or Demolishing Your Craft by Lucy Score from Romance University

Occupation Thesaurus: Massage Therapist by Angela Ackerman from Writers Helping Writers … am loving this series!

Writing Through Life Catastrophe by Susan Donovan from Writers in the Storm


Story Empire (Co-authored)

Harmony’s Amazon Author Page

Twitter: @harmony_kent

LinkedIn: Harmony

Goodreads: Author Page

10 Comments on “My Week in Review and Writing Links

  1. You’ll have to share pics of the wedding crutches, Harmony.I’m sure they’re gorgeous, perfect for your special day.
    Congrats on your amazing word count and for having so much fun with Storymatic!

  2. Love the quote, Harmony. And I can’t wait to see photos of the wedding crutches. Would have never thought of doing that. I’m sure they’ll be beautiful. Enjoy your weekend!

  3. How creative to make your wedding crutches a work of art! Best wishes on your new married journey! Sometimes when we are writing bits and pieces we feel like we aren’t making progress, but the words add up.

  4. I can’t wait to see photos, Harmony!

    You’re right; that quote was perfect. Great links, too. And kudos to you on the short stories… you’re crushing it!

    Happy weekend!

  5. I am so happy for you, Harmony. I know your wedding crutches will be magnificent – transformed by your loving attention. I can’t wait to see a photo of them. And, hopefully, you’ll share a photo of you as well. ‚ô•

    • Thanks, Gwen! I will most definitely share pics of the big day when it happens. It‚Äôs so hard not being able to share pics of the dress, lol ?. So far, only my bestie has seen it as she went dress shopping with me. ?

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