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Celebrate the Small Things!



Hi everyone, Jess here :)

I hope everyone is having a wonderful Friday!

This week I am celebrating the fact I finally have a polished first chapter! It's not much, but it's more than I've had in a really long time. Now onto the other 33...


How about you? What are you celebrating today?

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  1. Congratulations! It's a step in the right direction :)

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  2. One chapter at a time! Congratulations.

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  3. Each small step adds to the giant leap. Well done and keep writing!

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  4. I would definitely be celebrating a polished first chapter. Like Laura said, it's a step in the right direction.

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  5. Getting the first chapter just right is hard (and worrying) so well done and best of luck with the rest.

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  6. A polished first chapter - that's great :)

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  7. Yay on a chapter one!! To me, they're the hardest.

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  8. The first sentence, the first page, the first chapter - Excellent achievement.

    For me it's always the fist sentence. Bet things move on quickly from here! Celebrating with you!

    Best wishes, always!

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  9. Congratulations! Keep at it and you'll get it done, all of the chapters. :D

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  10. May the remaining chapters be a breeze to complete! Writer’s Mark

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  11. Yay for your shiny first chapter. I don't think I'd have the patience to work on one chapter at a time. I have to get everything down on paper before I can even think about editing.

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