Oh, did I mention the website’s not up yet?

I bought this domain almost a year ago.  Last week I finally bought hosting.  Today I decided I really needed to get this ball (book) rolling, so I set up the site and wrote my first post.  I haven’t, however, figured out how to publish the darn thing so it can actually be viewed on the web.   Shhhh… don’t tell me that no one’s actually checking up on me yet.

My report for today:  I wrote for 30 minutes, but it’s actually editing, so I don’t have a good word count.  Need to figure out a good way to track that.

I also did some brainstorming on an issue I’m having with the story, so that was time well spent.

Tomorrow I plan to write for at least 30 minutes in the morning, and at lunch I plan to figure out how to publish my newly created website so all you “accountants” can keep me accountable.

See you tomorrow!


Hold me…


That’s what this is.  Right here.  Right now.  You holding me accountable.

Thank you.

Now let me explain what you’re signing up for.  I am a writer.  It’s what I tell myself.  Sometimes I even tell other people.  But I have this small problem.

Writers write.

Lately there hasn’t been a lot of that happening here.  it’s hard to be a writer if you’re not writing.  So, I’m starting an accountability program.  I have learned I work much better if someone is expecting something from me.  You know, a deadline.  When you’re unpublished (or un-contracted), you have to set your own deadlines.  Evidently I’m not very good at that.  I think I’m too nice of a boss.

So I’m turning to you, whoever you may be, to hold me accountable — to expect something from me.  My goal is to write every day.  It may not be much, but I need to do something daily to get this ball (or book) rolling again.  I will post my progress here daily.

Look for my report.  If you don’t see it, call me out.   Please.

Wow.  This is terrifying.  My hand is shaking as I push the publish button, but it’s time to get to work so I can report something tonight.