Thursday, July 31, 2008

Review of July 2008

July went ok writing wise. My word count for the month is my second highest for the year so far, beaten only by April. My non fiction piece on Things I have learned from rejection was accepted for publication in the August edition of Tiny Lights: Searchlights and signal flares. I submitted seven stories for publication. The Invisible Ink Anthology was due for publication this month but due to delays with the printers it is still pending. Talking of delays - I finished my chapbook for International Day of Books and set it up with Valinora Troy's entry on I just have to check through the final proofs before they can be set for sale. I know the book launch was supposed to be the 27th July, but delays happen. It seems a common theme this month as two competitions I am waiting to hear the results of have set their response times back to later in the year. I also launched my website this month.


Valpot said...

Sounds like a good month, very productive and with an acceptance!

Onward and upward!

Inkpot said...

Thanks VT