I can’t come up with a prize for today.  So I’m taking a break from prize awarding.
The winner of yesterday’s prize was chosen through random.org.  I numbered the eligible comments from yesterday and input that number range.
The winner is Jill Edmondson!
Your prize is a collection of up to three poems on topics of your choosing!  Let me know those topics whenever you feel like it.  No pressure.  (On you.  Lots on me.)
Thursday’s prize of a custom banner image for your blog or website will be awarded via random.org as well.  All you have to do is comment on this post or tomorrow’s post and you’ll be in.  If you’ve won a prize already this week, you can’t win tomorrow’s.  But you’re still eligible for the grand prize.  (Think AFV where the small winners are the ones up for the big cash every few episodes.)
All remaining prizes will be awarded via random.org.  All comments from the entire week are eligible for the grand prize drawing on Friday.

I have no idea where I left off last week with WiP Wednesday so I really don’t know how many words got written this week.

I know it wasn’t very many.  Saturday through today, I only wrote 304 words.


And, yes, that misspelling was intentional.  If you read the Cake Wrecks blog, you get the reference.  If not, you should be reading it.  Go search it out.  Then search the blog for “fial.”  You’ll find the post.

I’m still struggling to come to terms with the fact that this book will never see the light of Barnes&Noble.  It’s heartbreaking to think.  But I know this book will require a gazillion years of editing work to make it feasible.  And I just don’t know that this project is right for that kind of commitment.  I like my characters.  I like my story.  I know what will have to go to make it saleable.  And I don’t want to lose that part of the story.  Not yet, anyway.

Do you all struggle with this?