Write 1/Sub 1 check in: week 24 the one with a complete novel

Week 24! I did not do any prompts from The Southeast Review’s 30-Day Writer’s Regimen this week. I was all about Pansy and I figured the prompt emails aren’t going anywhere. I will simply extend the regimen an additional week for myself. (Alternately, you could save all the prompts and use them every other week, or weekly, or whatever. The content doesn’t have an expiration date.)

But, as I said, it was a Pansy week. And I’m excited to say that I now have a complete rough draft of nearly 54,000 words. All this from a flash fiction call for submissions prompt.

Writing:

  • Pansy ~7,243 words.

Submissions:

  • The Madness in King’s End 
  • The Patron Saint of Lost Things

Rejections:

  • The Patron Saint of Lost Things
  • It Only Takes a Minute

Acceptances:

  • None

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3 responses to “Write 1/Sub 1 check in: week 24 the one with a complete novel

  1. anno

    Congratulations — nicely done! And it’s good to hear that you’re not so committed to the alleged goal that you’d miss the chance for some off-road adventure.

    Must admit that I had to pause after the first lap or two to catch my breath, but my daughter has picked up the baton and taken off with these prompts, which has been nice to see. As for me, I’m saving them all; each will get done, in its turn.

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  3. Thank you! I’ve been without power (going on four days now …), but when I’m back up and running, I’ll stop on by and see what it’s all about.

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