Halfway Through the Year: 2017 Goals Check-in

I feel at this point I’m becoming a broken record. Busy work schedule + mental health = barely writing. However, the mental health issues have begun to ease up. I was able to crank out 4,000 words on a ghostwriting project in mid-June and it felt amazing to finally get out of that slump. But how’s work on my novel coming along?

It’s not…at the moment at least.

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A Firm Touch is due to my editor (the amazing and fabulous Chris Allen-Riley) on August 31, so I’m going to continue pushing through this funk so I can get the novel out sometime in October! Right now, the first seven chapters are with Cora Cade and Leandra Vane for feedback. That means in the next couple of months a cover reveal, giveaway, and more are to come.

Next week, I’m headed out to DC, Maryland, NYC, coastal Virginia, and the Outer Banks for a change of scenery with my girlfriend; here’s hoping that helps dissipate more of this blah. Follow my Instagram for that adventure!

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Be sure to check out the other wonderful ladies as well and cheer their goals/progress on!

Bronwyn | Deelylah | Jessica

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  2. Go you!!! I’m so happy to hear that you’re moving through the slump and mental health BS is easing up!!! YAY!!!

    1. I’m trying so hard! <3

  3. YAY! So glad you’re working through everything. Mental health issues are hard AF, and climbing out of a slump can be so difficult, but you’ve got this! HUGS

    1. Thank youuu! I’m hoping the slump is going away. I miss writing. <3

  4. Our mental and emotional health can be a definite road block to our writing. It’s a thing. I’m glad you’re peeking around the other side of it. You’ve TOTALLY got this <3

    1. PS–lemme know what you think of the Story Engineering book you’re reading right now 😉

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