Writing Journal 6.29.2022: A bit better but inconsistent – also, a quick note on “non-writing” stuff

This last week went better than the previous week from a writing standpoint. It was not a fantastic week by most standards, and I wasn’t as consistent as I wanted to be, but it was up above the pace I needed to get to.

As it turns out, I already am halfway to that goal even before June is done, which means I am ahead of pace for the year. Despite this, I feel like my attempt to get to 200,000 is a bit of a cramp on my other plans, such as to move forward on research and backwork for future projects. When I consider that, I might look at doing a more modest word count for next year while trying to keep up or improving my percentage of meeting daily goals.

Some things that I am trying to work on now would include doing more research on Substack and how to get the Amazon KDP publishing. I have already published stuff on Amazon through a conventional publisher and now I am looking into self-publishing because I think that would work best for me at this stage, considering that my main goal is to put out as much material as I can in whatever time I have left. (Those are the types of thoughts that start running through your mind a bit more the further you get on in life.)

So, those are some things to start thinking about for both this year and next. as well. I feel good that I had a generally good week and hoping that the last week will finish strong and put me in a good position for the second half of the year. I will likely make the writing journal for next Wednesday double as the first half of 2022 recap as well.

Until next time.

Writing statistics for the week ending 25 June 2022:
+4,590 words written.
Days writing: 6 of 7.
Days revising/planning: 0 of 7 for 30 total minutes.
Daily Writing Goals Met (500+ words or 30 minutes of planning/revisions): 4 of 7 days.

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