Epic fail this past week. Epic. Zero words written. Nada. Oh, we're counting emails? Okay, then log in my word count at +/- 1,000 for the week.
I've got awesome excuses--rescued 14 puppies, all under 7 weeks old, and two moms, got bitten in the process, had to get a tetanus shot (why anyone who works this much with dogs doesn't have regular tetanus shots is a really good question) which basically incapacitated my left arm--but you're not here to listen to mitigating circumstances.
Point is: NO GOALS ACHIEVED.
I'm not going to rack or Judas-Cradle myself about it, either. But I will make sure this doesn't happen again. How?
I will write for a minimum of two hours every morning, from 7 to 9, every day. If other activities allow, I will write more.
I will write for a minimum of two hours in the afternoon, every day. As above, I'll write more if I can.
So basically I have four hours a day committed to writing. That should guarantee that this week these goals actually get done:
Project 1 (the novel): finish revision on Part I (another 13 chapters).
Project 2 (the Pure Slush serial): finish a final draft of March, first drafts of April and May.