The To Do List 27th August to 2nd September

I had a pretty productive week πŸ™‚

1. Finish my current read. That should be easy as I’m really enjoying it.
Done! I’m on to another πŸ™‚
2. Go through all my Swanwick notes and look up web sites, books, authors etc, who were recommended to me. This will probably take me a couple of days! Lol
Done! I ended up buying another 10 books….whoops! (I hope hubby skim reads that bit lol)
3. E mail people I said I would at Swanwick.
4. Catch up with my prompts.
I did, I’m totally up to date πŸ™‚
5. Start implementing the desk idea. Ahhhhh, now this is exciting.
Oooooo, I did πŸ™‚
6. Start making notes on my M & B novel.
Done! VERY successfully πŸ™‚

So this week I have hubby off work, so I’m looking forward to some days out πŸ™‚ And with that in mind, the to do list will need to reflect that.

1. Finish my book. I started reading All That Mullarkey by Sue Moorcroft. Really enjoying it so this one shouldn’t be too hard.
2. Stay on track with prompts.
3. Make more notes on the M & B novel – especially title, characters and a synopsis.
4. Do some more work on the “desk” project.
5. Look at and bookmark all the photo sites Kirsten suggested on my Blogger Beware post.


So a few early mornings for me, so I can fit some writing time in πŸ™‚

what are you up to this week?

26 thoughts on “The To Do List 27th August to 2nd September

  1. Early mornings are great to get extra things done. πŸ™‚ Sounds like you have a good week ahead of you!

    This week, it’s all fun for me as far as writing goes. Working on one of my WIPs after a new surge of inspiration (Hoping to bring it from 12,000 words to 16,000 words this week), and then possibly switching back to editing my third novel.


  2. Sounds like you got a lot accomplished.
    I’m working on getting up to exercise before work, need to go over my beta readers notes and also figure out how to write 14,000 words by Friday while working 40 hours. No Prob!!! lol

    Have a good week with the hubby πŸ™‚



  3. Hahah you make such a busy life seem so effortless.
    I find that I tend to procrastinate a lot…
    Far too much to have probably even gotten just one of those things done!

    I’m Chris by the way. I found this website through a comment on Pauline Conolly’s blog!

    Haha, keep up the good work.



    • Lol, thanks Chris πŸ™‚

      Ahhhhh, yes, procrastination…..I use to do it a lot, until I started writing down what I wanted to achieve each week, and share it with the world lol.

      Hi *waves* Thanks for stopping by! Any friend of Pauline’s is most welcome πŸ™‚



  4. Well done! I am impressed, I am never up to date with my writing prompts. This week is going to be another stupidly busy one at the office so I’m probably not going to achieve much. Roll on holiday…..


    • Hi Jo πŸ™‚

      Hope you had a lovely holiday hon!

      Awwwww, thank you πŸ™‚

      Ahhhhhh, the desk idea….it’s a work in progress but, let’s just say *whispers* writing at my dining room table will be a thing of the past….SOON! πŸ™‚



  5. I always love your lists – I will one day get round to making my own, instead of falling into everything as and when it appears. Still intrigued about the desk lol have a good week off πŸ™‚ x


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