The fact that this week’s post is half a week late sets the tone for this one.  I’ve been scrambling around, but I don’t feel like I’ve gotten much of anything done.


I fell far short on my writing goals last week.  I wrote 1,172 words across three writing sessions in two projects.  Personal deadlines are looming.  As Summer gives way to fall, it is time for me to get into gear for Nanowrimo.  This is less than what I’ll be writing per DAY in November, and I’ve got to work my way up to it.


I did manage to upload episode 21 of The Way of the Buffalo Podcast, and I’m very happy with the results.  Go have a listen to 20 and 21 and let me know what you think.  If we can get enough interest, Sarah and I will be doing a Kickstarter in the near future to fund making a free audiobook of the whole thing!


I spent the whole day on Saturday helping out at the annual cookout for Transplant Miracles Foundation, a transplant awareness and fundraising charity started by my cousin.  It was a lot of fun, but I really wore myself out.  It’s a lesson to remember going forward.

Next Week:

This week I set an optimistic writing goal and got writer’s block.  This week, I’m going to be a bit more slow and steady.  I’d like to write 2,000 words, but more importantly, I want to sit down and write at least four separate times between now and the end of the day on Wednesday.  Also, I need to get episode 22 up before the end of the month.  A friend is getting married on Friday, so I’d like to be comfortably finished ahead of time for once.

Will I make my goals?  Find out next week! (ish)