Congratulations, Stephanie Olivieri, the January winner of a book from Michael Wiese Productions for posting goals. Post January Goals to be entered in next month’s drawing.
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Here are the goals posted in January. How did everyone do?
Beth McGee Test out my new mic to prep for recording of the audio version of my book. Yay!
Daniel Escurel Occeno To move towards getting published, which means complete the story, even if it is a novelette to send.
Daniel Escurel Occeno Keep writing on the January novel.
Lois Paige Simenson Taking a writing class and submit a short story to a local newspaper.
Regan Taylor Finishing up an article for a Chicken soup book
Jennifer Kent Work on my new book to meet the March deadline I set for myself. Lol
Michelle A. Goad Try to balance researching Social Media with writing. Submit SOS piece to The Vestal Review. Make decisions on which magazines I’m going to query (those that would match pieces I have written).
Wayne Manigo Unsung comedy hero Blowfly passed away on Sunday. With the exception of a small mention in Rolling Stone Magazin (and a few international websites) there was little mention of his career in the media. So I vowed to write something for my column. My first and second drafts are complete. Hopefully I can convince my editor to have it published by the end of this week.
Lois Paige Simenson Design book cover, write short story for local newspaper, look for an editor for fiction novel.
Beth McGee Finish chapter 1 of book 2 and finish formatting book 1 for CreateSpace. Fingers crossed! Good luck to all of you in the coming week!
Tatiana Noelle Oquendo Putting pen to paper, every day
Daniel Escurel Occeno To keep writing on my January novel.
Lizzie Carroll An opt in, some program material and one blog post just for my website!!
Anna White To write every single day, no skipping!
Lois Paige Simenson Critique pieces of writing for my writers’s group. Write a short story.
Jennifer Partlow To increase my network circle.
Daniel Escurel Occeno To keep adding to my January novel.
Wayne Manigo Moving a majority of my first draft stories from my physical notebook into Evernote. Besides…I can’t edit ‘or submit them if they’re still on paper.
Meghan Elizabeth Robb Start researching journalism and marketing. I’m working towards starting up an online satirical newspaper.
Claire Louise Brown Plan to write 200-500 words per day on my third novel, write a blog post and do some social media marketing.
Stephanie Olivieri Write write write, get up to 75 pages edited and working for a retreat I’m going to!
Jennifer Kent I got the first installment of a short story series posted on a friend’s website so I’m hoping to keep the momentum going and get the second done for this coming week.
Philen Naidu Launch my blog; submit one travel writing article; Complete ‘squatter camp’ and ‘the Indian train’ chapters of novel
Michelle Rhodes-Gloor rewriting 5 chapters of Korsal’s Revenge
Lois Paige Simenson 1. Prepare for my first writers’ critique meeting next week with well-known literary peeps in my area, so must be on my toes. Reading about how to give and receive critiques. 2. Finish a 1500-word short story for contest submission. 3) Finish writing first draft novel scenes. 4) Re-order my scenes list in Scrivener. 5) Babysit my 3-month old granddaughter and read to her about WRITING!
Robert Wright writing one book while editing a second.
Regan Taylor Write at least 3,000 words by Saturday.
Paul H. Ferns Writing at least 4000 words.
Daniel Escurel Occeno Keep writing on my January novel.Tags: Goals Guided Goals Michael Wiese Productions Write On! Online