Congratulations, Diana Brebrich, the November winner of a book from Michael Wiese Productions for posting goals. Post December 2016 Goals (or goals during the month of December) to be entered in next month’s drawing.

December 2: Celebrate the season with Social Media Club LA and General Assembly at their Winter Formal Holiday Party from 7 – 9pm at General Assembly in Santa Monica. Bring a new, unwrapped toy to benefit Mattel Children’s Hospital. Free event. Dinner and drinks will be served. Details and RSVP here.

December 5: Deadline to send in a 2-3 line news item or event for the December Newsletter to or submit here.

December 7: December LA Hangout from 1 – 3pm at Peet’s, 1854 Westwood Blvd., Los Angeles. RSVP on Facebook.

Post December 2016 Goals in the comments or weekly goals on Facebook for your chance to win a book from Michael Wiese Productions. Thanks! Write On!

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Here are some of the goals posted last month.

Lois Paige Simenson Complete several hours per day of research for my historical fiction novel. Reading newspapers. One. Day. At. A. Time. For 2 years. Time consuming :

Michael Jason Stokes Not freak out waiting for a response from editors.

Daniel Escurel Occeno If I can figure out how to deal with storage for my ACER cellphone, I will go back writing and editing “WIPs”. Not good for the memory on a memory card to disappear. Maybe one cannot leave the card in the slot all the time, but I have to buy a new one since I cannot initialize the used one.

Andrea Helaine Identify themes and write my summaries for three interviews.

Hayley Dory Glasson Continue to chip away at my first draft, and start planning out my second book. Plus if lucky get a bit of reading done.

Mduduzi Khoza This week I have to finish my last episodes of my story.

Deborah Lyn Stanley Hang In, regroup after NaNo and flesh out my novel:)

Nasrumminallah Zeeshan Blog development, writing and contributions.

Keianna Johnson To write for an hour a day.

Beth McGee Cook, eat, lots of family sleeping all over the house, laughing, sharing, outside walks. No writing.

Hayley Dory Glasson Finish NaNo-Wri-Mo off and more research on new idea (premise) for a historical fiction and build to 50000 on my current first draft

Daniel Escurel Occeno I have to decide on how to continue my writing life. You thumb type 250 to 500 words and need to charge the cellphone is not good for a novelists. Short Stories are possible.

Diana Brebrich Still polishing my action thriller script…

Hayley Dory Glasson Continuing to chip away the words for Nano-Wri-Mo and to get through the week as I farewell my beautiful golden retriever tomorrow

Lois Paige Simenson Tomorrow is the last class of my Novel Revision course. It opened up the world to me on how to convert my memoir to a novel. I had dreaded working on it, so it sat for two years. I know what I have to do now by learning the tools to do it. Education is…See More

Michael Jason Stokes I’m struggling not to slam my head into the keyboard over and over. Editing is freaking hard. Goal: Not to do that thing I just said.

Sweet Van Loan Finish the next book in The Raven Series so I can work on the Goodnight & Loving Book Series next. Trying to get them out before New Year!

Daniel Escurel Occeno Add to my NaNoWriMo novel.

Nasrumminallah Zeeshan Contributions 🙂

Hayley Dory Glasson Being consistent with my writing on Nano-Wri-Mo, and I am super happy I have reached a new mile-stone of 30,000 words on the novel first draft.

Beth McGee Win the public seat I’m running for today and write 2 chapters of my book.

Audrey Paulduro I already have a place set up to start working on my novel. So cozy 🙂

Nayle Fink Keep working on my novel for NaNoWriMo and schedule a blog post.

Daniel Escurel Occeno To keep writing on my NaNoWriMo novel.

Stephanie Olivieri #WriteOn my goals for the month are to work on my YA novel revisions at least the first 100 pages digging deeper and making the scenes the strongest they can be. Getting ready for an agent lead workshop in Big Sur on Dec 2-4th. 🙂

Daniel Escurel Occeno 50,000 words on a new novel and the self-gratification of winning NaNoWriMo.

Diana Brebrich Have to re write my science fiction script one more time, this will be the last time for this one.

Shannon Luders-Manuel My goal is to set aside Sundays for working on my memoir.

Beth McGee Shaping all of the notes for my book into a coherent, readable masterpiece



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