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Writing Goals Week 2: Please stop killing my idols, 2016

It's time, once again, for a writing goals weekly update! Here's how I did this week: January 9, Day 9: 689 words January 10, Day 10: 418 words January 11, Day 11: 0 words (sadly, this was the day David Bowie died, and I spent all day listening to Bowie songs and crying) January 12, Day 12: 805 words January 13, Day 13: 409 words January 14, Day 14: 526 words (and then Alan Continue Reading...

The first rule of writing goals is…

Oddly enough the first rule of setting writing goals is not "Don't talk about your writing goals," so here goes! The first – and only – rule of setting writing goals is to write every day. For a year. 365 days = 365,000 words. This simple sounding idea is what attracted me. Even though I'm a professional writer, I don't necessarily write every day. I tend to take weekends off. I Continue Reading...

My 2013 writing goals

It's 2013 - time for everyone to take stock of their lives and come up with some writing goals! (But please, leave your livestock alone.) I'll be rejoining the Book In A Week writing community in 2013, with its monthly writing challenges, and I posted the following yearly goals at the site: Edit The Vixen Files ebook for print Finish Naked Montreal by posting weekly 500-word excerpts on Continue Reading...