I have had a blast during my first campaign with Rachael Harrie. I never imagined how much fun it would be or how it would help me grow so much as a writer. To top it off, I received a post yesterday saying that my 2nd blog challenge entry has been shortlisted to move onto Stage Two. Now while I am not sure what that means, Lori M. Lee said congrats so I assume this is a very good thing. *grin*
Thank all of you who commented and voted. Your praise warms my heart.
Yesterday, I enjoyed a fabulous session with my critique group. Unfortunately, I am still working on the 'show don't tell' concept. It irks me to no end each time I see a sentence where I have failed in this. Granted, it isn't nearly as bad as when I first started writing. I just wish I could get it completely out of my system. On a positive note, they liked what they read and aside from that irritating technical issue, I have a fabulous dark fantasy just aching to be published and read.
Today, along with working on my WIP, I am also nailing down my theme for the A to Z challenge that starts April 1st and the main topic for each letter/post. I hope you will check back to give your opinion. I am going to totally break out of my comfort zone and try something new for me. I am nervous, excited, and a little overwhelmed at the same time.
Thanks again to all my loyal followers.
UPDATE: I just received word that I am in the semi-final round of judging for my 2nd blog challenge entry. Woot Woot! Thanks, Melodie Wright.
UPDATE #2: I made it to the finals!!!!! Thanks, Jodi Su.