Friday, August 31, 2018

#AccountaClub: Aug 31, 2018


Reporting in for Isa-Lee Wolf's #AccountaClub. Each Friday we post an accountability update for our current projects/goals/whatever.

Busy, busy, busy....lots done, lots more to do!

1) Support hubby's Backend of Nowhere Garage project in any way I can.
The project continues despite several setbacks. Phew!

2) Write, edit and publish (ebook only) book four in my C'Mon Inn Mystery Trilogy, "Paradise Dream".
I did set up a Scrivener project and made a few plot idea notes.

3) In addition, I have three blogs that have asked me to write guest posts.
Working frantically on the second post,  should have it done in the next couple of days. The third is the easiest and will quickly follow.

August is gone and fall will soon here here. Time to set goals for September.
  1. Get the RV cleaned, sorted and prepped for the snowbird season.
    Time to slowly work on getting the RV ready for winter and our "move" to southern Georgia in early to mid November. Sorting clothes is a big thing as well as other "stuff" that needs to get cleaned out.
     
  2. Write, edit and publish (ebook only) book four in my C'Mon Inn Mystery Trilogy, "Paradise Dream".
    I need to start writing the fourth in my C'Mon Inn Mystery Series. This one will be titled Paradise Dream and will tell us some of the backstory for the Thompson Twins as well. Oh, and there may be a wedding involved!

See you next Friday!

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4 comments:

  1. I live so day-to-day now, that yesterday my husband and I had a startled conversation as we walked to the market and realized it was Friday. He doesn't work on Friday, so suddenly it was his weekend and he was unprepared for that!

    That said, I'm told that September is the start of rainy season here. I don't know what that means or specifically when, but I love rain, even monsoon rain, so I'm looking forward to it.

    Accountability-wise, it's been a rough week. Very hot, which drains me of all energy. I'm behind on both my word and research goals for the week, but today will hopefully flip the switch on that (I'm starting earlier in the day).

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    1. I hope the rain stays within your tolerance level...completely understand the heat draining you. Hot & humid are killers for me, one reason I know I will never visit many places...

      Hope next week is better for you!

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  2. I am so looking forward to the twins story.

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    1. Marty, I hope to have it out before the end of the year. It's an exceptionally busy fall, then the move in the RV to Georgia, the Disney cruise, Christmas, then our cruise in January. Whoops - already into winter. LOL!

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