Wednesday, 10 January 2018

Writing The Wedding that Changed Everything: Week Two

 
I kept a little diary while writing my eighth book, The Wedding That Changed Everything, which I'll be sharing on the blog over the next few weeks.
 
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So this week hasn't gone very well, word count wise. This started on Monday when I wrote a grand total of 780 words, which didn't quite meet my 2,000 words/day goal. Distractions this week have included looking into holiday accommodation, family commitments and the publication of The Little Bed & Breakfast by the Sea.

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I had good intentions to spend some quality time at my desk this weekend, which started out well on Saturday. I managed to up my word count so that I was less than 3,000 words away from my target of 20,000 words. This meant that I was within reach of my goal. If I spent a bit of time at my desk on Sunday, I would be there.

Except I didn't park my behind at my desk AT ALL on Sunday. Bad writer!

So I'm slightly behind schedule but I can make it up next week. Can't I?


 
Candles I've Been Burning This Week
Spring Flowers (Home Inspirations by Yankee Candle)
 
Things I've Discovered
My Dad Wrote A Porno Podcasts (HILARIOUS)
 
Word Count
17,222 (must do better)
 
 
 
Love happens when you least expect it…

Emily Atkinson stopped believing in fairy tales a long time ago! She’s fed up of dating frogs in order to track down her very own Prince Charming, despite the best efforts of her matchmaking best friend…

But now she’s been invited to the wedding of the year at the enchanting Durban Castle, and perhaps bumping into a knight in shining armour isn’t as far away as she thought!

Will Emily survive the wedding and walk away an unscathed singleton – or finally find her own happily-ever-after?


 
The Wedding That Changed Everything is available to pre-order now:

Amazon UK | Amazon US
 
 

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