#IWSG: February Accomplishments

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Thanks to Alex for hosting this each month. Here is the complete list of participants.

Hi everyone,

February was a busy month. I settled into my new job. Began work on several projects. Finished one story that is set to be released March 15th. I am halfway through another one that is due March 14. I redid my newsletter and added a reader magnet. Got Bookfunnel and StoryOrigin set up with newsletter and reader magnet information. Added a Bookbub follow button to the sidebar on the site.

March is here and I have several ideas/posts that I want to work on for the site. I plan to finish several projects so I can get them sent to the people they need to go to. The next column of Worlds without Women will go live on March 11th. I will share the link when it does.

Finally, our family has two additions. We have two five month puppies. My cats don’t like the change that has happened. We are working through the process of letting them figure each other out and hopefully in the near future both sets will get along or at least tolerate each other.

That’s it for now. Can’t wait to hear from you. 🙂

8 thoughts on “#IWSG: February Accomplishments

  1. I got a puppy once and only once. Never again. Turned out, I wasn’t cut out to house train a dog. The next time I wanted a pet, I adopted an older dog who was already house trained. Best decision ever! She is mellow, affectionate, and has been a wonderful addition to the family. Unfortunately for me, now I have to potty train my toddler…Ha! Hope you have better luck than I did with house training your puppies!

    1. Hi Kim, Good luck potty training your toddler. Older dogs are wonderful. We lost our dog last year during the summer. It’s going to be interesting with the puppies because we haven’t had puppies in years. All of our dogs except for two were older dogs.

  2. Wow! Your focus and productivity are inspiring, especially during such a hectic month of puppies and cats getting along. I’m looking forward to learning more about Worlds Without Women! Write on!

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