Another year in my writing life has passed… and December is almost bye-bye, which means it’s time to do a 2015 writing goals recap.
I’m a little late on this post, but had to take the time to write it. Like every year, I have set some resolutions that revolve around my writing, and, to be accountable, I like to share them with everyone. So here they are, short and sweet my 2015 writing goals. . .
Another year, another dollar…
So December is winding down. This means it’s time for me to do a 2014 writing goals review.
How did I do? Did I accomplish all of them? Well . . . no
Huh? Fortunately? Um, I think you need a big “UN” in front of that, little grasshopper.
Well, yes, technically. And I should be upset about that. Admittedly, I am a little disappointed, even if this year turned out to be NOTHING like what I expected. But, in terms of goals, 2014 just shifted on me! Big Time. And instead of accomplishing my short-term goals, I accomplished two huge, long-term ones that I’d been working on for quite some time. Which ones you might ask. Well, they were . . .
My journey as an author has been long and arduous. Through the years I’ve learned much and with each new book I’ve gotten better and closer to my dream: a book deal. I thought it might be interesting to show this journey in terms of a book timeline, so here it is…
During my writing years, I’ve met many authors, all in many stages of their publishing careers. New authors, seasoned authors; fly-by-night authors, committed authors; enthusiastic authors, disenchanted authors; indie-published authors, traditionally-published authors; agented authors, unagented authors.
You name it. The gamut runs as tall as it runs wide.