Since December 2017, I have been posting updates on the progress of the fantasy novel I’m writing, called The Secrets The Dead Keep! While I was forced to have a hiatus from this and my book reviews for the past six months due to university commitments, I have now completed my degree and can return to blogging! From now on, you can expect weekly posts – one every Wednesday – which will include book reviews, quarterly writing updates (rather than monthly ones, like I did last year), and occasionally some other bits and pieces too.
This year I’ve been setting myself monthly writing goals to help keep track of my progress on my fantasy novel, The Secrets The Dead Keep! October’s writing goals were:
- To continue editing Draft Four,
- And to continue to improve my worldbuilding.
I also wanted to work on my novel every day – even if just for a few minutes – to establish a daily writing habit.
So, how did I do?
- To keep editing until I complete Draft Four
- To improve my worldbuilding
- To start finding beta readers
So how did I do?
Back in January, I set myself monthly writing goals to help speed up and keep track of the progress of my fantasy novel, The Secrets The Dead Keep. So far this year, I’ve completed a third draft, gotten feedback to help me further improve my manuscript, and planned my sequel!
This month’s goal was to write the first 50,000 words of Book Two during Camp NaNoWriMo and continue critique partner edits.
So, how did I do? Continue reading “July Writing Update”