So, needless to say, that quite delayed my plans for the month! I'm grateful that I still made pretty good progress with my craft projects, but everything else is behind. At least I was able to finish writing 'Tarreg,' resume progress on 'Renegade,' and especially that I've got a freelance editor lined up to go over Hu-Hua's Cry in October, but preparations for Triune are quite behind where I hoped they would be.
Aug 21 - Finished writing 'The Reformation of Tarreg'
|Pass 1||Highlight/comment potential edits & revisions||COMPLETE!|
|Pass 2||Major edits and revisions||COMPLETE!|
|Pass 3||Items missed in Pass 2, edit revisions||COMPLETE!|
|Pass 4||Highlight/address bad habits and trouble spots||COMPLETE!|
|Pass 5||Verbal read-through||COMPLETE!|
|Pass 6||Thorough review with different font and page layout||COMPLETE!|
|Pass 7||Final sweep||5% done, Awaiting Professional Review|
So what didn't get done in August is what's on my plate for September. Finishing up 'Renegade' first, though at least I won't need to have it polished up in order to launch into DWoT (acronym for the first Triune novel). Getting my prep-work done and starting in on DWoT is my top priority in September.
But there's the anticipated arrival of autumn as well, so hopefully I can start getting outside for exercise soon, enjoy a second visit to the State Fair, and spend a day at the MN Renaissance Festival. I have lots of cleaning on my plate as well, since the end of September will bring a visit from my brother and his van-full of my nieces and nephews. I'm very glad they're staying at the Towners instead of my place, but it will be great to see them!