wicked smut goddess (gracerene) wrote,
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Wednesday Words

Yay for another productive week! I'm not gonna lie, I was a bit worried what was going to happen to my productivity once I finished with Tropes and started focusing on some of the shorter fics I have planned, but thankfully it seemed to go well! I won't lie, I'm feeling a lot more wibbly on them than I felt while working on my tropes, and even the longer Jeddy fic I'd been working on right before that, but I think that's kind of just part of the process.

Weekly Word Count (6/26 - 7/2) = 6,141

What I Worked On:
  • [personal profile] hdtropes - sent to betas and have started going through the feedback I've received so far!

  • [community profile] hp_crossgenfest - outlined and finished drafting first section!

  • June/July [tumblr.com profile] hpfemslash-minifest - finished drafting an initial edits, and sent off to beta!

  • [community profile] bbtp_challenge - outlined! Not 100% sure this is what I'll end up writing for the fest, but definitely leaning that direction. :)

Next Week's Goals
  • [personal profile] hdtropes - finish going through beta edits, do a final read-through, and submit!

  • [community profile] hp_crossgenfest - finish the first draft and initial edits.

  • June/July [tumblr.com profile] hpfemslash-minifest - if I get it back from beta, I'd like to go through beta edits and do a final read-through.

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