This Blog Will Help with My Procrastination
During my lunch break today, I was trying to figure out how to move forward with the idea of getting things done. The 30 day blogging challenge that I recently completed was a great impetus and motivator so I don’t want to lose that momentum.
I am creating a list of things that I want to get done. I have done this many times before but this time, instead of just putting the list together, I started thinking about how I could break down each goal into bite size nuggets that can be spread over several days, a week or a month.
This seems like a sensible way to move forward so I will use this blog to document my journey so that I can keep myself accountable and on target.
Tasks Completed Today
- Checked My Free Kindle Download Total
- Completed Section Two of My free eBook
My Free Kindle Download Total
I was so busy over the last few days that I didn’t get to do the tweeting that I wanted to do for my Savannah Goes to the Theatre book promotion. The free promo ended yesterday.
I checked the numbers and here are the results:
- Free Downloads – USA = 317 books
- Free Downloads – UK = 5 books
- Free Downloads – Other Countries = 3
Total = 325 free books
The number is lower than I had hoped but I would like to say thank you to all those people who downloaded a copy. I hope that some will consider leaving a postive feedback comment, as this will help people to make the decision to buy the book. We shall see.
Completed Section Two of My Free eBook
I edited the second part of this free ebook. The sections are not particularly long so it didn’t take too long.
I decided to create a the book cover too. I just picked a free image from Office Microsoft Images and added the title and subheading.
Oops – I have just realised that I forgot to add my name to the front cover. Better go do that now.
That’s all for today.
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