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August 2016 Wrap Up

Reading

I read six out of the nine books I had planned on reading this month. With that being said, my Reading List is now updated with August’s books.

Writing

Well. I started off strong editing George Florence and then got stuck. Apparently I said I was also going to edit The Lost Girl all month. I forgot about that, but I just started finishing that up a few days ago. So there’s that.

Blogging

By the end of the month, I got kind of behind on my posts. But I’ll catch up, that’s no problem. I started planning ideas for next year rather than focus on the rest of August and upcoming September. Oh, well.

Overall

It was a fairly productive month. I think I should have gotten more done than what I actually accomplished. But I did have work the first week of August, I went away for a weekend with my family, and I hung out with my cousins and friends here and there. So I think I had a good month overall.

Posts to Remember

1. 5 Techniques to Edit a Novel
2. August/September 2016 Writing Contests
3. Top Ten Ways to Avoid Writing
4. Guest: Inspiration Station with Charles Yallowitz
5. Guest: Inspiration Station with Herminina Chow

How was your month? Did you get everything you wanted to get accomplished? Let me know in the comments!

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Born and raised in Massachusetts, Rachel Poli is a writer and blogger. She has an associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education and a bachelor’s degree in English Studies. She enjoys writing young adult novels, middle-grade, and children’s picture books. She is currently working on her first novel.

10 thoughts on “August 2016 Wrap Up

      1. They are flying by for me! Wednesday will be the third class meeting (a three hour class) for me. I am enlisting my adopted grandson (former student in 2006) to drive me to the university and allowing him to teach the “song and dance” on plagiarism. That will give me a break in the three hours for about 15 to 20 minutes. However, I will have to sit and listen, so I can critique his “guest appearance” in the car on the way home!

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