I didn't get a lot of writing done on my WIP but I got a lot of thinking done, and I think that counts.
I also got a ton of promo done -- designed a very tricky bit of promo (little bitty books, called 'chapbooks' that can be sent to conferences, etc.) I came up with a slick design, downloaded software, tested it and printed it ... it's all doable, and I'm ready to go into production (so to speak).
I also lined up some promo ops in terms of ad space, etc.
I did editor-edits on two books and did a final galley proof of another.
I designed and ordered new business cards.
None of this is really writing, but it's all writing-related. So I wonder why I feel such a great sense of writing accomplishment? I only wrote one chapter this week, but I feel like I produced a TON of work.
I guess it's just attitude, hmm? Maybe I need to keep that in mind for other things in life as well ... it's not necessarily WHAT you accomplish, as long as it's an accomplishment?
Must cogitate on that one ....