I've made a bit of headway. I try to put down at least 750 words a day on the WIP. It's a manageable amount and some progress gets made. I thought I was going to do twice that amount, but discovered I was being a bit ambitious.
There's gardening to get at, and ordinary household matters as well.
Also, last week I was called away on important business
which prevented me from writing for a few days.
I did manage to get some reading and writing done, though.
Two lines I read:
"The gentleman gave Bekka a polite half-bow, stepped sideways into the shadows, and vanished. The adepts do it better, Bekka told herself."
-The Price of the Stars, by Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald (Tor, 1992)
From my current WIP Dead Broke:
"It was a funny swirling happy feeling in that part of me where the heart had been. The one that got shattered by the bullet."
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