Daily Prompt: 190 Days Later

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190 Days Later

Back on January 21st, we asked you to predict what day #211 would be like. Well, July 30th is that day — how have your predictions held up so far? If you didn’t reply to the prompt at the time, is this year turning out to be as you’d expected?


I’m not sure if I posted on January 21st, but will tell you about my year to this point. I have missed a lot of Daily Prompts this year due to the fact that I have been very busy working on my short story anthology.

Originally, I had set a goal of having my short story anthology published by summer. I’m about halfway there and have pushed my goal forward to the first part of 2015. I have a novel in the works from JuNoWriMo’s 50,000 words in June.

My July was very busy with grandchildren. My oldest grandson stayed with us for the first three weeks and then I left with my youngest daughter and grandson for a trip to Panama City Beach, Florida the next week.

This week I am getting back to writing and honing my skills. I will probably not be able to get back to a regular schedule with my writing until my husband goes back to work next week.

I’m looking forward to getting back on a regular writing schedule again.


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  1. Hey you! Long time no see! So glad to see you responded to the daily prompt I came up with. I had a feeling you’ve been busy lately and I even wondered if it was with a book or something. I’m happy to see my intuition was right! Good luck completing your writing! And may 2014 continue to be a great year for you! 🙂


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