Congratulations, Kathy Thomas, the February winner of a book from Michael Wiese Productions for posting goals. Post March Goals to be entered in next month’s drawing.

March 2: Write On!/Guided Goals March LA Hangout from 1 – 3pm at Peet’s Coffee, 1854 Westwood Blvd, Los Angeles 90025. We’ll have a table reserved inside. RSVP on Facebook.

Post March Goals in the comments or weekly goals on Facebook for your chance to win a book from Michael Wiese Productions. You can also post your February accomplishments. Thanks! Write On!

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Here are the goals posted in February. How did everyone do?

Kathy Thomas Begin a major revise on my book, a collection of fictional short stories based on my years as a psychiatric RN in a state mental hospital. Have a good piece of it finished for my critique group by 3/24. Submit four new pieces this month to competitions. Blog throughout the month.

Larissa Merriman Submit both screenplays to the Nicholls fellowship before the end of the regular deadline, April 8th.

Daniel Escurel Occeno My weekly goal is continue writing short stories and my monthly goal is add and edit to works in progress of novels.

Beth McGee Gain ground on a to-do lists of non-writing tasks , so I can start next week’s writing related projects with a clear mind. Good luck everyone!

Kathy Thomas Complete and submit four articles to 3 journals for consideration of publication. And get over this cold thing smile emoticon

Wayne Manigo Write two articles: One for my regular column. One that I hope to publish elsewhere. Crossing fingers that I can make that happen!

Alisha Vincent Edit up to chapter 13 of novel 2

Daniel Escurel Occeno Keep writing on my shorts.

Lois Paige Simenson Can’t set any this week. Real life is too overwhelming right now. Feel like I hit a wall. Maybe next week smile emoticon

Daniel Escurel Occeno Continue writing short stories of romance and mystery/suspense

Alisha Vincent Chapters 7-10 revised and ready to go.

Lois Paige Simenson Complete a 5,000-word submission for my writing class, submit a 1,500-word short story to local magazine, and continue search for an editor and a book cover designer for novel.

Jennifer Kent Organize my writing for my four day writing retreat next week. Sooo excited!!

Beth McGee Edit final format of paperback version of my book and start recording audiobook files. Thanks for the space to write these goals publicly so I have some accountability! smile emoticon Good luck with your goals this week everyone!

Daniel Escurel Occeno To start writing new stuff like novelettes.

Kitti Danielson Set a goal for the week. XD

Philen Naidu Submit Nepal humanitarian crisis article to The Diplomat. Submit article on Indian Train travel, to two publications that are looking. Launch my blog to publicise my upcoming book for Nov 30 publishing deadline. (And then hang the noose around my neck!)

Daniel Escurel Occeno To finish “Pneumonia,Severe” and decide on a new novelette. Someone wrote that a movie screenplay only needs about 17,000 words of a story to make a movie.

Wayne Manigo As the self proclaimed “King of the First Drafts”, I’m going to complete my initial article about not being afraid to release your art. The art is not just limited to writing. Then…explaining how it becomes public domain after that. Good or bad…it will help you to become a better (insert artistic endeavor here).

Alisha Vincent Get 12 chapters (approximately 1/2 of the draft) clean and too first round of readers.

Lois Paige Simenson To rescue my novel and write my first screenplay.

Daniel Escurel Occeno To finish my January novel into a novelette of about 3-4,000 words and then plan and write more novelettes and look for markets for those when finished.



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