Sarcastic Wednesday and #ROW80

I have a Hallmark online subscription. For $9.99 a year, I can send as many e-cards as I want. There are often themes for cards such as Maxine, the screaming Banshee (one of my favorites), and the one my whole family loves — Hoops & Yoyo. If you don’t know who Hoops and Yoyo are, let me introduce you.

Here’s their card for Sarcastic Wednesday:

No brilliant insight to apply here. I just think that every Wednesday should be sarcastic Wednesday.

Here’s how my ROW80 is going:

  • Finish editing Grace & Fire mystery novel and send to reader. Finished January 19.
  • Write 2,500 1,500 words per week on young adult novel, Sharing HunterIt’s Spring Break, so my kids and hubby have been home. I have written one day thus far for 1,013 words. Still, not bad.
  • Blog twice a week on Amaze-ing Words Wednesday and Deep-Fried Friday, and check-in with ROW80 updates twice a week. Posted If Twain Tweeted today.
  • Comment on at least 10 15 blogs per week (not counting ROW80 update comments). Commented 16 times. I doubt I’ll even count the remainder of the week.
  • Read one writing craft book. Finished On Writing by Stephen King. For those asking what I thought of On Writing, I didn’t get as much out of it as others have.
  • Read five eight fiction books. I have read 11 books. Just finished Red by Kait Nolan and really enjoyed it. In fact, Kait’s book is a nominee for the DABWAHA (writing award), YA Category.
  • Exercise three times per week. Walk one mile three times per week. I have not walked this week, but my family did go out yesterday and play a little baseball in preparation for my Going for a Guinness World Record game at the end of March.
  • Read through Writer’s Digest magazine issue. Finished.

Added goals for last week:

How’s your ROW going? How’s your Wednesday? Did you throw a little sarcasm into it?

Be sure to check out my fellow ROW80ers and wish them well HERE.

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13 thoughts on “Sarcastic Wednesday and #ROW80

  1. So glad you’re doing well! Kait’s book is on my list, but between reading a new craft book and studying Lisa Gardner’s books (my new book has a really layered plot), I’m behind in just about everything. Hopefully I get it soon.

    Looking forward to reading your dirty fighting scene!

  2. Considering it was spring break, you rocked it! My kids are home the week before Easter, so I need to kick it into gear the next two weeks knowing I won’t get much done that week.

    RE: On Writing. I didn’t get any technical or specific writing know-how from Stephen King, but I did feel energized to write and believe in my writing. In that way, he inspired me. Plus, I’ve never read King and I found the book entertaining and witty. A good read, but I’m not sure it was necessarily a “craft” book. I have Plot and Structure at the top of my TBR pile right now.

    Good luck wrapping up Round 1! See you in Round 2. I noticed you are sponsoring again. Yahoo!

    1. Thanks, Tia! I agree with your summation of On Writing, except that I found it a bit less entertaining and witty. :p Hope you enjoy Plot & Structure! See you in Round 2, girlfriend!

  3. Woah! You are doing great with all those goals you got for yourself! Hoops and YoYo are fantastic–my nephew loves them too and I always send him cards with those two in them. We both just crack up! Hope the rest of your week goes well!

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