I made 4 pages on my blog dedicated for getting subscribers. My FTP access was blocked by a provider, I needed to contact their support to fix it.
I had a mastermind Skype call with my accountability partners, first time ever. It was great.
I went through #9 book once again tackling my comments one by one and inserting links and references. I lost my stem in the end and I left the last two chapters for later.
I called an author I met in FB group and we compared our notes about promo sites.
Half of the day I was cleaning the house. Frustrating.
In the afternoon I wrote 1085 finishing the first draft of #13 book. It’s a nice feeling to finish the work which was stretched out into weeks. I started it almost exactly two months ago.
I went to my church community meeting.
In the evening I discovered my interview went live (http://letsreachsuccess.com/2015/03/21/the-daily-routines-and-writing-habits-of-an-indie-author-interview/) and I got sidetracked sharing it on social media. So I worked till 2 am. I would have worked longer, but “luckily” my provider’s support team didn’t fixed my FTP problem, so I couldn’t do more.
I modified a guest post according to guidelines and sent it back to a blogger.
I uploaded the cover and finished the listing on Amazon. The Art of Persistence is ready to be published.
I created a PDF version of the 1st chapter of The Art of Persistence, to send it to subscribers on a pre-launch list.
I slept over 7 hours. I napped 10 minutes.