There has been less writing since Thursday's mammoth session, but the chapter is coming together nicely. My first reader/checker has queried some scenes and I've had to rework them. They made sense to me but if someone reads them and doesn't understand the timings of the plot, then I need to make it clearer.
On social media, I have remembered to share these blogs. I am also looking ahead to the two craft fairs this weekend and letting people know where I will be. Then on kindle I have reduced all books to 99p for three days, so I must advertise that. As always I am juggling the writing with social media and planning future events and workshops.
Finally, I have met up with Colin from the Dymchurch Heritage Society because I wanted to learn more about how Romney Marsh was governed in the past. This is especially important for my current novel (there is one thing to tweak) and the next one which will continue my Georgian saga. I learned a lot and clarified details I was unsure of. It was brilliant to have the opportunity to ask questions and go over the details so I could be sure that I understood it. I have come home with a couple of booklets to read, and a couple of areas in the book to rework.
It is April 30th. I didn't succeed in blogging every day, I am juggling so many tasks that I couldn't justify writing a blog over other things on my 'to-do' list. But I will try to do this more often. Perhaps monthly? Thanks for reading. I really appreciate the support you all give me.