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Here are some of the goals posted last month.

Hayley Dory Glasson more reading and making my old work room into an indoor woman’s shed, plus try and get some words written, lots of inner thinking going on at the moment, all good and positive

Daniel Escurel Occeno To mentally prepare for JaNoWriters 50,000 words towards a new novel during the 31 days of January with Sleuths’ Ink of Springfield, Missouri.

Hayley Dory Glasson update…when you have a day where you read an amazing book about “women’s sheds” get all inspired and you start writing a memoir, 1700 words in a matter of about an hour….so this is the start of something that has been needed to be done for a long time, and now it seems the universe is telling me its time. Though bonus had to order a new book to help me write it as I have never done or read a memoir before.

Lois Paige Simenson Resume research, continue trolling for a plot

Marcia L Madan Studenski outline my ebook

Andrea Helaine Conduct another interview, transcribe, and write research summaries. Work on the second part of my literature review. This is more of a 2 week goal. 🙂

Daniel Escurel Occeno To learn my new MAIA Pad tablet computer. I bought it to improve my writing or finishing what I started.

Hayley Dory Glasson To get through 3 days of 12 hr days at work, then rest, relax, read and write for 3 days

Lois Paige Simenson To keep reading for research. Shelving writing this week.

Cynthia Soroka Write something.

Lam Huynh Finish my first page lah!

Beth McGee For each chapter of one of the books I’m writing, I need a goal for what I want the reader to gain or know from it when they have finished reading it. So far, my notes for each have a focus, but not a goal. This will help keep my head in the game. Also…See More

Lois Paige Simenson Do something to further my novel every day, even if it’s only an hour’s worth of tasks. This week is split between outlining and researching.

Nicole Lora Nisi Holiday shopping done (well, mostly), I can finally jump back into my WIP.

Daniel Escurel Occeno I am trying to go back to writing on something, anything.

Audrey Paulduro Going to try and take a look at that story I started back in 2012…lol!

Lael Braday-writer Revise a short story for a more literary tone and novella length.

Beth McGee Helping my husband map out and outline his first best seller!

Marcia L Madan Studenski Prepare a few samples

Hayley Dory Glasson to try and write between 500-1000 words a day

Daniel Escurel Occeno To add and to edit already written works in progress – WIPs.



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