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CL AUGUST 9 Today, I wrote chapters 23 and 24. AKA the LAST CHAPTERS OF MY BOOK! I am very happy with my progress and excited to move on to the next step, which is editing. It took me about an hour to finish it and I am proud of my book. All I feel now is acomplished and happy. :)
CL August 8 Today I also wrote two chapters, leaving only a whopping two chapters left. I wrote the last chapter in one of my three subplots today, and it made me grasp the fact that I'm almost done. The three month journey is almost coming to an end, leaving only editing left after I finish writing "Fire Below" tomorrow. I am excited to see the finished product!
CL August 1 Today I wrote two chapters. I tried something new for each and I set a timer for 30 minutes as I was writing. This put pressure on finishing my work as I wanted to finish each chapter before the timer wend off. I barely succeeded with that, so I did finish two chapters in the course of one hour.
CL July 31 Today instead of writing three chapters, I only wrote one. However I am now halfway exactly, through the writing process, at chapter twelve. From Dr. P July 31, 2020 Great news Sara. Let me know how I can help. Looking forward to reading it. Best Regards, Doc
CL JULY 30 Today I wrote 3 chapters over 7 pages! It took me about 2 and 1/2 hours in all. I am now on chapter 11, which is 1 chapter away from being halfway! I am so excited! I am really enjoying writing though being almost at the halfway mark also makes me very proud. I plan on writing another 3 chapters tomorrow. From Dr. P July 31, 2020 Can't wait to see this and help your. /s/ Doc
JULY 18 Today I zoomed with Doc and Jay. We went over various editing and writing techniques I can use in my story and English, from now on. I am very excited for the writing and editing process because I know it will be a real challenge, but I am ready to take it on!
July 14 Today I had a meeting with Doc, finalizing my paperwork. From here I emailed final copies of my various pages of planning to him to be formatted to the blog. Next, I got my doc ready to start typing on. I will work on it on Thursday and write the first few chapters. I am excited that I can start putting my planing to use.
July 13 After finalizing my plot narration sheets, I sent all twenty four pictures to Doc over SIX emails! I scheduled a zoom conference for tomorrow so I can double check the remainder of the paper work and start writing after two months of planning. I am very excited to pump out my novel and to finally have my characters and plot come to life.
This is a 2011 Manned Space Flight reference that discusses the psychological effects of Space Exploration. 267 pages, in pdf format This may be the best text of Space Psychology available. From NASA ebooks section Psychology of Space Exploration Edited by Douglas A. Vakoch Explore some of the contributions of psychology to the great space race, orbiter and International Space Station missions, and future space journeys. Credits: NASA This e-book explores some of the contributions of psychology to yesterday's great space race, today's orbiter and International Space Station missions, and tomorrow's journeys beyond Earth's orbit. Early missions into space were typically brief, and crews were small, often drawn from a single nation. As an intensely competitive space race has given way to international cooperation over the decades, the challenges of communicating across cultural boundaries and dealing with interpersonal conflicts have become increasingly important, requiring different coping skills and sensibilities from "the right stuff" of early astronauts.
Study the patch art below, then create a "rough" or "rough draft" of a space patch. Do not copy the ideas directly, but use them as inspiration. Use your screen snipping / screen capture tools to save the image to your local drive, then upload to add to your canvas as "the concept."