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How the week is going (and book trailer!) Jill Kemerer

How the Week is Going

Well, it’s Monday as I write this, and I already feel overwhelmed. My grocery order had some surprises I hadn’t anticipated. The fruit flies are out in force, and spiders are making their way into my home because they know winter is coming. I hate spiders.

When I look at my planner for this week, I swallow and it’s more like a gulp.

A tight knot is growing between my shoulders. That’s how the week is going.

On the to-do list:

  • Flesh out the plot of book 5 and draft a synopsis
  • Start reading book 4 for plot issues
  • Revise guest post and return to blog host
  • Make graphics for release of book 1, The Prodigal’s Holiday Hope
  • Prepare material for a Facebook group takeover
  • Package and send books to recent giveaway winners
  • Put college ministry newsletter together

Thankfully, “Coffee w/friend” is also on that list! It’s the one thing I’m looking forward to!

The thing about Mondays? They always intimidate me. Always.

I look at all I have to do and it feels so overwhelming. But I know that come Tuesday morning, I’ll feel more at ease. And by the time Friday comes around? I’ll feel absolutely accomplished! It’s a weekly cycle with me, and I know it.

So…how is your week going?


Check out the trailer for The Prodigal’s Holiday Hope!! It releases next Tuesday, October 26, 2021! Woohoo!!

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Enjoy your week!

Jill Kemerer is a Publishers Weekly bestselling author of heartwarming, emotional, small-town romance novels often featuring cowboys. She hopes to encourage readers through her books the way so many books have encouraged her. Jill's essentials include coffee, caramels, a stack of books, her mini-doxie, and long walks outdoors. She resides in Ohio with her husband and two almost-grown children. For more information, visit her website,

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  1. You can tell how my week, er, month is going by the fact that I haven’t set goals with you! I was so intimidated by what I had to do this week, I was physically ill. Had to walk around it, kick its metaphorical tires, and realize that most of it’s okay if I take it in chunks — and there were a few things I shouldn’t have been doing in the first place. So, yeah, and it’s going better, the week did not eat me alive. Talk to you soon, KB

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