Wipmadness Week 4

Can you all believe it's the end of February! And next week is March Madness!


So today celebrate what you've done and if you didn't do much(like me)then get ready for next week!



If you can, share your successes this week. Even if you wrote just a paragraph or two, that's something!

Publisher took copies of my latest: No More Goddesses to ConDFW14:



So remember that paragraph I needed to do on what my current project's about?

Here's the latest:

In this thriller, Espie needs to find her sister to regain her right to be in the cult-like society hidden outside of the Salt Flats and falls in love with an enemy from outside as she searches. Phoenix is one of the dreaded 'Others' that el Padre, the spiritual leader of El Compuesto, has warned his followers will destroy them. Phoenix isn't what Espie had pictured as evil but rather a compassionate, caring man who has stood up for her when others want to kill her. But Phoenix is a proud man with a mission of his own. When he finally realizes his love for Espie and stands up to his father, the leader of his camp, everything changes but will that be enough to stand the decades of hatred for one another?

**Now I just need to add --Why do they want to destroy them?

So sending out my plot fairy with some more plotting dust for everyone!




And the winner of last week is...



Mary Ann!

Email me at ixtumea@gmail.com for a choice of either:










**I just got a huge package of YAs from Penguin Books that I'll 'share' for next month's March Madness! Stay tuned for more info!

Comments

SQUEEEEEE! Thank you!

Well, I've just finished a big freelance editing project and can focus on my WIP again. Of course, I'm still completely distracted and trying to get my plot back on track. But I'm working it. I'm just going to spew for now and go back and fix it all later.

Rock on, Wipsters!
Denise Jaden said…
Aw, you're so nice to share all your new YA books, Kim! Thanks so much for hosting this month, and I hope everyone will join us this Thursday for Goal-Setting Day on my blog.

It's been a great month with lots accomplished for me. I'm looking forward to diving into a new project on March 1st!
Carol Garvin said…
I'm not positive, but I think February is my least favourite month. It's a "no man's land" between Christmas/post-Christmas and Spring, and I'm so impatient to move ahead into a new season! We've had *snow* again this past weekend (and it's still snowing at this moment) -- not normal weather for BC's west coast -- and I feel bogged down, like I'm marking time.

There's been some writing progress, but it's almost imperceptible. Like Denise, I'm getting ready to dive into my new project when March arrives. That should keep me occupied until after spring arrives. LOL.
Candilynn Fite said…
Ugh, I'm with Carol. February is my least favorite month, too. With the exception of tomorrow (the 25th). It's my daughter's b-day. Other than that day, the month just kind of sits there. It's too cold and dreary to go outside, but the holidays are over. I am ready for spring!!

I didn't get as much editing done as I would've liked to this past week, but I three scenes smoothed out. I'm about halfway through the ms for my second pass.

I'm hoping through March I'll be able to whip it into shape. :)

Have a super week, Wipsters!!! I hope I remember to check in on Thurs...
Candilynn Fite said…
GOT three scenes... Sheesh. Guess I should've read it before I hit "publish". :)
Kim Baccellia said…
Congrats, Mary Ann! Sending it off to you tomorrow!

I totally know all about being distracted. I ended up making a weekly goal on my writing with a reward on Saturday if I make it.

Thanks again for stopping by!
Kim Baccellia said…
Denise,

No problema! I love to share.

Do post your link so I can join you on Thursday!

Yay, for great accomplishments!
Kim Baccellia said…
Carol Garvin,

Don't be too hard on yourself. For some reason this month was really hard for me too. My revision, that I hoped would be done? Feedback is that it's missing that 'something'. Sigh. Right now trying to put my story into a paragraph so I can use that as a road map to help fix my problem.

Yay, for March and new projects.
Kim Baccellia said…
Candilynn,

I totally know where you're coming from except it's been dry and warm most of this month in Southern Ca. Maybe that was part of the problem with me not finishing this revision.

March will be here before you know it! No excuses for me. I can do this. You all can too! It really helps to have other writers on your side!
Thanks for hosting, Kim.

Fortunately, February has been a productive month for me and I aim to make March even better.

Of course, my enthusiasm is always refuelled because of the #wipmadness family.

Here's to blissful March Madness.


Cheers,

Tonette
Kim Baccellia said…
Tonette,

Yay, you!!!! You inspire me with your comments. This month for me wasn't that great though the RWA online class has made me rethink my story and also see why it's not moving. So that's very productive.

Thanks for stopping by and commenting. I always love your comments!

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