This is what you are to do...
Whatever is worth doing, is worth doing.
How can you succeed or fail at that?
Well, another round under our belts! I have mixed feelings about this round because on the one hand, I really rocked at accomplishing a goal I set for myself, but on the other hand, I didn't devote enough time to another goal. Part of the reason for that was I had to take a break from the challenge for a month around mid April because of moving. I re-entered the challenge on May 18 and not too long after that, I began sticking to my daily goal of journaling. Many of you know that I started doing The One-Minute Writer and the daily prompts over there have kept me dedicated to daily journaling for over a month now. As far as my other two daily goals, researching WIP and reading books on the craft, I was more dedicated to the reading, but not much. ;O) The researching hit a snag because I had to scrap a WIP and then came up with a new idea. So I'm basically just getting started on the new idea. I'm hoping that when the next round starts, I will be ready to get words on paper. And I'm also still toying with the idea of doing Camp NaNoWriMo, which may be in July or August or both months. Decisions, Decisions!
A few weeks ago, I did add one additional goal and that was to write a flash fiction story and enter it in a contest on Devin O'Branagan's writing forum Well, I wrote the story and it is currently in the voting process. If you would like to vote for your favorite story, go HERE. Unfortunately, due to the rules, I cannot tell you which story is mine, but perhaps you will like mine the best. I will be posting my story here, win or lose, after the winner is announced on July 1st.
Today's One-Minute Writer prompt is: Glass--In your mind is the glass half-full, half-empty, or something else?
For some reason, no matter what is going on in my life, I always manage to see the glass as half-full. I guess that's why I have been able to overcome a lot of hard times in my life. I always seem to see the sun despite the clouds in my sky.