Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Celebrating: (almost) 10% of my book, Draft 1.

I have written almost 10% of my book (1st draft) and I would like to celebrate by devouring these Parisian delicacies and drinking the best coffee.
But, considering that the cafe where I had these last is a little out of my way
(oh, about 20,000 km), I guess I will have to settle for...

Image from www.ohhowposh.com


Suko said...

Many congratulations, Mervat!

Leesa said...

Wow!! That's pretty darn cool!! Just saying hi since it's been a LONG while!! I was so busy with travel I had no time to read blogs or send off emails.... I only had time to vacation with my friends and blog my pics.. hahaa!

But, I'm leaving again and wanted to wish you a great rest of Aug. I'll be back online next week and I hope to catch up with you then...

Hugs, Leesa

Moncha said...

You go girl! And when you have finished the final product, all of us (sisters) will definately have to celebrate over a good coffee and lots of cakes/sweets. Happy writing!

Casey Freeland said...

Congratulations! Well deserved.

The Writing Instinct said...

Suko: Thank you Suko!

Leesa: Hi Leesa! It is great to blog while travelling but then, you are travelling and what better reason not to blog! It is great to hear about your travels and seeing your beautiful photos. Stay safe and 'see' you when you get back. xo

Moncha: Thank you so much honey! When I get the first draft done I promise to take my dear sisters out to coffee and lots of cake. If this is not an incentive, nothing is!

Casey Freeland: Thanks Casey. Although this is a small achievement, it is one I did not have a week ago.

Thanks for all of your comments!

see you there! said...

You are off to a good start. Sometimes I think starting is the hardest part of a project. Actually getting down to it. Congratulations - and past the cinnamon toast.


Sucharita Sarkar said...

Way to go!May each percent completed bring on another well-deserved celebration!

The Writing Instinct said...

Darla: I agree that starting is most diffcult, however, it is so exciting as well. Enjoy the toast!

Sucharita Sarkar: Thank you. I am sure I will keep fidning reasons to celebrate...I always do!

Susu Paris Chic said...

Wow, exciting... I wish I could send you some coffee and macarons!


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