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Sunday, November 4, 2018

Working On The House

Written by Kodi Wolf at 6:15 AM

After having an awesome month of writing in September, despite the stress of buying a house, I think October is where it all caught up with me. I managed to keep up with my writing every day, but it was a struggle to get the words on the page and I barely hit my monthly goal.

My total word count for October was 16,709, which averages out to 539 words per day. My lowest words per day was 125 and my highest was 4,171.

That high of over 4,000 words was actually done on October 31 in a last ditch marathon session to hit my basic goal of 15,500 words for the month (that's 500 words per day). I surpassed it by 1,000 words, but I really hated leaving it to the last minute.

I'm going to try to do better this month, but I know it's going to be difficult because I have a lot of work to do on the house. It's not anything major. Just patching holes, painting, and getting flooring installed upstairs and in the back bedroom, but it is going to take a significant amount of energy, which tends to drain my creativity.

My plan is to get my writing done first thing before I go over to the house to work, and when that fails, I'm hoping I'll be able to get some writing done while I'm taking breaks from the reno.

I really want to be moved in before Christmas. I think it's doable, but a lot depends on how well my body holds up and how long it takes to get the flooring installed.

Here's hoping I can pull it off. :)

Thursday, October 25, 2018

We Have A House

Written by Kodi Wolf at 4:52 PM

I don't know how, but September turned out to be my best month of writing so far this year. I don't know if it was just me channeling my anxiety into my writing or the fact that I was trying to be extra vigilant about getting my writing done despite the stress of buying a house, but whatever it was, I'm really proud of myself for not letting all the chaos get in the way of my writing.

My total word count for September was 40,161, which averages out to 1,339 words per day. My lowest words per day was 160 and my highest was 7,270.

Well, like the title says, we finally have a house. We closed on Tuesday and everything went great.

Now I'm gearing up to paint and trying to decide who's going to install the new flooring we need to put in upstairs before we move in.

Of course, I woke up with a migraine yesterday, so I just ended up taking drugs and going back to sleep. Since my body is clearly telling me I need to take a break, I'm probably going to wait until the weekend to get to work, so Corene can help me get started properly.

We're both very excited to move in to the new place, but we know it's going to be another couple months with the minor reno we have planned. Still, we can't wait. :)

If I remember to take pictures, I might post some before and after shots.

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Major Life Stuff Happening

Written by Kodi Wolf at 5:31 PM

August was a good month of writing. I even posted new chapters, which was awesome.

My total word count for August was 21,603, which averages out to 697 words per day. My lowest words per day was 70 and my highest was 2,443.

So, I realize this monthly update is a little late... okay, a lot. But some major life stuff has been happening and I've prioritized writing my stories over posting to this blog, so I'm okay with that.

And I know I haven't updated my progress reports either, but I have actually managed to write every day, despite the life stuff, so I consider that another win.

Anyway, the life stuff is nothing bad. In fact, it's really good.

Corene and I are buying a house. :)

Well, she's buying it. I'm just her personal banker that made sure we could afford it.

We're about halfway through the process and everything has gone pretty smoothly so far.

Here's hoping that will continue. :)

Saturday, August 4, 2018

New ABP Chapters Posted

Written by Kodi Wolf at 8:46 AM

I know I said I would get these up on Thursday, but it ended up being a little more involved than I thought it would be.

Anyway, I've finally posted Days 18-20 of A Bondage Primer.

Those three chapters are over 50,000 words, which is one of the reasons it's taken me so long to update again (not to mention all the medical crap that's been happening this year). I have more chapters in the process of being finalized, which at this point, I'm just hoping to get posted by the end of the year.

And just a quick little reminder in case you missed my last update on this story back in December...

The warnings were updated at that time to include a lot of stuff I know will be coming up in the story at some point based on my outline, so you might want to check those out if you haven't already. These chapters in particular include more details about Ryan's abusive childhood, but I'm hoping that's offset by the short duration of those scenes compared to the copious amounts of sex. :)

You can read the new chapters here on the site:

A Bondage Primer

Or download the Kindle MOBI, EPUB, or PDF ebook versions:

A Bondage Primer ebooks

Make sure you're logged in or you won't be able to access anything.

Anyway, I hope you like the new chapters. Let me know what you think (good or bad).

If you need help transferring the ebook to your device, try this tutorial on Book Launch: How to Transfer Your Ebook to Your Favorite Reading Device

If you're still having problems after that, let me know and I'll try to help. This is my first time offering the MOBI and EPUB versions, so I'm a little nervous about it. I hope I got it right.

Happy reading. :)

Thursday, August 2, 2018

At Least I Hit My Word Count

Written by Kodi Wolf at 12:15 PM

July was the opposite of June. I started off barely getting any words written and then managed to hit my word count in the last few days of the month.

My total word count for July was 18,588, which averages out to 600 words per day. My lowest words per day was 51 and my highest was 2,634.

Part of what slowed me down at the beginning of the month was that Corene and I spent the first week cleaning up and organizing the house. With all the medical stuff that's been going on, it was getting pretty bad, but we buckled down and got most of the house picked up. It feels a lot less stressful now, which has been great.

We even repurposed the office to make space for an exercise area, since I've relocated to the recliner couch due to back and neck issues. I now have a space to do some minimal exercising and Corene's inversion table is more accessible without being in the way of everything else. I really like being able to just walk in there and do some quick exercises.

Of course, the medical stuff hasn't stopped. After treating what my doctor thought was ringworm for two months and not getting anywhere, and then having a random breakout of hives all over my legs and arms, I ended up at the dermatologist and had a biopsy taken on my thigh.

Thankfully, it just turned out to be pigmented purpuric dermatoses (yay, a new diagnosis, just what I wanted... not). It's sort of like my body just decides to randomly form bruises in large patches all over my legs and arms. There's nothing they can really do about it, but it doesn't hurt, it's not contagious, and it isn't linked to anything more dire, so at least there's that. :)

Oh, and I don't think I mentioned it before because I was getting tired of writing about even more medical crap, but I've been dealing with wrist issues for several months now. The doctors wanted to do an MRI with contrast, but that seemed really invasive to me, so I just stuck with doing some exercises and happened on one that seems to have been really effective: traction.

All I've been doing is grabbing on to the refrigerator door handle and pulling from the side so it doesn't open for a couple sets of 10 seconds each and that seems to have made a huge improvement on my pain and mobility. Way better than the exercises I was given, which were actually increasing my pain.

Well, I'm working on a site update, so let me get back to that and see if I can get that up in the next couple hours.