Category: Writing Reports

  • 2021 February Writing Report

    2021 February Writing Report

    Well, we’re coming up on a whole year since the initial lockdown from the Covid-19 pandemic. And in that year, I’ve gotten a good amount of writing done. I suppose that’s the silver lining. In any case, let’s look back at how February went for writing. February’s Statistics February’s statistics look better than January’s, so […]

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  • 2021 January Writing Report

    2021 January Writing Report

    Long term projects are both a blessing and a curse – a blessing because of all of the rewards. A curse because they can feel like no forward momentum is happening… unless you periodically take a look back to see how far you’ve come in the meantime. Even so, January was a rough month. So […]

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  • 2020 December Writing Report

    2020 December Writing Report

    While most of 2020 had its downs, there were a few highlights – mostly related to writing and family time. So even though I think most of the world would rather forget 2020, let’s at least take a moment to look back at December and see how things went. December’s Quick Statistics Here’s the quick […]

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  • 2020 November Writing Report

    2020 November Writing Report

    I can hardly believe that November is over – and so ends another National Novel Writing Month. I’m happy to report that I met my word count goal by almost double. But I’m getting ahead of myself. First, let’s take a look at what went well (and what didn’t go so well) in the month […]

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  • Monthly Writing Report for October 2020

    Monthly Writing Report for October 2020

    While today’s technically November (and part of NaNoWriMo), it’s still time to take a look back over how things unfolded for writing during the month of October. I’ll be counting both blogging writing and fiction writing for NaNoWriMo this year. Because no matter how you slice it, they’re two sides of writing – and even […]

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  • Monthly Writing Report for September 2020

    Monthly Writing Report for September 2020

    In September, I participated in the Project 24 Content Warrior Challenge – writing 60,000 words of content. It’s a twice-a-year event and it’s a lot of work – it’s like NaNoWriMo, but it’s for blogs and articles rather than a novel. Even so, it’s a lot of daily, dedicated work – and they’re awesome. So […]

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  • Monthly Writing Report for August 2020

    Monthly Writing Report for August 2020

    Time flies when you’re having fun writing! It’s time to take a step back and see how things are going. Why keep track of the work being done? Well, it helps me stay motivated – and to see the small, imperceptible from day to day changes that are quite large when you look back at […]

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  • Monthly Writing Report for June 2020

    Monthly Writing Report for June 2020

    Keeping track of my writing isn’t just an accountability thing. It also helps me see my progress to help me stay motivated. And since July 11th marks my 1-year anniversary with the Income School Project 24 (where it takes 24 months to reach a full-time income blogging), I figured it was time to really analyze […]

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