- First, my writing progress for the week:
|Saturday||Dominion of the Damned||572|
|Sunday||Dominion of the Damned||0|
|Monday||Dominion of the Damned||0|
|Tuesday||Dominion of the Damned||1134|
|Wednesday||Dominion of the Damned||922|
|Thursday||Dominion of the Damned||0|
|Friday||Dominion of the Damned||2001|
That brings the grand total so far up to 18,367. I can’t remember why I didn’t write Sunday, although I think it probably has something to do with just needing a day off. Monday and Thursday were just too jampacked with appointments and client projects to even get in my 250 words. All in all, that’s not bad progress.
- I’ve decided to go ahead with setting up my own publishing imprint. I realize that it would be silly to let my accounting software preferences be an obstacle to this, and who knows what kind of doors my own independent publishing company might open down the road? So Daydreamer Publishing is soon to be an actual thing.
- I’ve got two more scenes to go on the revision of Hungry Child. I think I actually don’t have to go anywhere this weekend for a change, and it’s too wet to do the yard work that needs doing, so I’ll be able to get ’em done.
- The other day while I was trying to transition my brain from Dominion to Hungry Child, I mocked up an e-book cover for the latter.
This isn’t the final version. For one thing, if I decide to go with this image I’ll need to get permission to use the photograph (which is from here). It was mainly intended as practice, but I like the cleanness and simplicity of it, the mild creepiness of the photo contrasted with the typewriter font on the clean, white background. I especially like how the typewriter font ties into the protagonist being a writer, which ends up being important.
What do you think?