Day fifteen - Weaver marathon

I'm still plugging away at the novel despite catching the bug the rest of my family had as well as having teething problems with my new publication process.

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This is Part 6 in the series, Weaver Marathon.

It's been a week since my last Weaver Marathon post and I've been busy on more than one front. Biggest pain-point has been the bout of illness that's swept through my family. My wife's been hit the hardest; she was so sick this morning that I had to stay home and do the school run. I've escaped the worst of it, suffering myself with not much more than a cold.

I also spent some time developing a new publishing system (more on that in later post). More time than I intended, because I had to iron out a few bugs that brought the site down a couple of times.

As for the novel, I haven't been idle. Sunday was a good day. After spending the morning bulk cooking meals for the freezer, I managed just over 1100 words in the afternoon; that brings my total word-count to just under 154 thousand. More important than the word count itself, I finished writing the scene I posted last week.

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