wicked smut goddess (gracerene) wrote,
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Wednesday Words

Daaang! I haven't had a 6k week since last September, so I am feeling this! I'm very much a slow and steady writer, which is why I liked to outline early and then diligently chip away at my commitments, and so far things are going well. My primary goal/focus for the next 6 months is going to be my big bang fic, and if I can maintain this momentum I should be in really good shape. Plus I have some smaller projects that I'll continue to work on throughout, as it's nice to give myself a bit of a break so I don't burn myself out by working only on my one idea.

Weekly Word Count (1/13- 1/19) = 6,247

What I Worked On:
  • [tumblr.com profile] harrydracobang: wrote 2 scenes + started a third.
  • [community profile] hp_goldenage: went through initial edits & sent to beta!
  • Dream!Fic: tinkered some more with the outline.
  • [tumblr.com profile] hpdarkartsMy Bloody Valentine/[tumblr.com profile] hpfemslash-minifest January/February: outlined & drafted! When the darkart's fest was announced this past week I knew I wanted to participate, and I figured combining it with the femslash prompts so I could knock out two fests with one fic would be perfect.

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Tags: fandom: harry potter, personal: writing, personal: writing round-up

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