Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Not so good

This week was not as easy as last week. Not waking up early on the weekend, somehow messed everything up. Not completely, but enough. It was pretty hard waking up early the past three days. Monday was the hardest but I did follow the plan, Tuesday, I didn't, today, I did but it was darn hard. Despite the difficulty waking up, I did get some editing done, just not as much as I wanted to.

I hope tomorrow will be better because I am determined to keep going. By the way, in order to motivate myself, yesterday I started working on a book trailer for my novel (just for me). It's really exciting and inspiring.

Well, I'm planning to edit a bit more before going to bed.

Till the next update. Keep writing.


  1. Good luck with your plan! Morning is such a fresh, creative time if you can just manage that getting out of bed part.

  2. Hi Liz...I admire your early rising schedule to edit your romance book. Dedication and keeping a schedule is key to achieving success.

    At one time I wanted to write a romance novel...When I was divorced and raising my girls alone. I wrote the book mentally before I fell I guess it is still up in my brain, filed away somewhere...

    Thank you so much for following me. I look forward to following your progress...

  3. Hey, please stop by my blog to pick up your reward!

  4. WRITING CONTEST.....My blog Amish Stories is having its first ever contest this week. The First prize winner will win 2 tickets to tour the farm where the 1985 move "Witness" staring Harrison Ford and Kelly Mcgillis was made in Strasburg,Pa . This farm is now Amish owned, and the family has given permission for folks to tour their farm. This may be the last time anyone will be able to walk and see the same things that Harrison Ford and the other actors saw during the making of "Witness". The Witness tour should last about 2.5 hours. In addition to the Witness farm tour tickets, 1st prize winner will also receive 2 tickets for Jacobs choice. There will also be a 2nd place prize, which will be 2 tickets for the Amish Homestead. Please go to My blog for contest details, and more information on the prizes. Richard from the Amish settlement of Lebanon county.

  5. Just keep writing, you will get there. The worse part is when we start not believing we can. I bet when you were a little girl you wanted to write. See my post @ this link and read others striving for the same as you. If you are on Twitter, let's connect. I am @120Socks

  6. The key is to keep going:) Thanks for sharing.