Congratulations, Danny Gallagher, the November winner of a book from Michael Wiese Productions for posting goals. To be entered in next month’s drawing post December 2017 Goals here or weekly goals during the month of November on the Facebook page or in the Facebook group.
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December 6: December LA Hangout at C&M Coffee and Milk Westwood Gateway, 11111 Santa Monica Blvd, in Westwood from 1-3pm. C&M will validate parking in the building. RSVP on Facebook.
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Here are the goals posted on the Facebook Page and in the Group in November.
Sandra de Helen My goals for this week include finishing a poem I’ve worked on for two months, and rewriting an essay that is important to me.
Rajesh Pandey These days I’m only posting a blog a week in my two blogs. However, I vow increasing it soon. Besides, the blogs I’ve to do promotion and write on some other sites too. These all above my full time job
Beth McGee Provide information for a feature in Woman’s Day magazine. Edit 2 audio chapters of book 1.
Randy Rebecca Krusee Write blog post and research submissions. Http://www.rebeccakrusee.com
Lois Paige Simenson Keep writing 6 hours/day until I finish first draft of my novel. My crit group is helping me, I’d be lost without them
Lorna Hartman Sleep on two micro-short screenplays (>8 pages each) I’m submitting to a local contest, polish, finish, and submit them. Continue outlining current screenplay
Danny Gallagher To apply for all the jobs I’ve been putting off
Rosemary Bointon Get a landing page done (I’m sure I’ve posted that before but this time – it just has to be done!)
Mahlena-Rae Johnson Create my first client for Write Your First Book with Mahlena.
Daniel Escurel Occeno To continue and finish and complete my NaNoWriMo November 2017 fictional novel – Covert Operative for Presidents: George Daye is the Operative.
Sandra de Helen Write a new essay. Write a new book review. Pack for Firefly Farms!
Tracy Gerhardt-Cooper Map out a possible series on stewardship for Jan/Feb on the blog. Submit another freelance article.
Tom Moser I think I’m going to hit 50K words on the 3rd draft of my novel. Huge milestone for me. Originally though I thought it would be max 50K words total, but now it’s looking more like 60K+ before I edit it down.
Larissa Merriman Well, my biggest goal for the week was to apply to the Film Independent Screenwriters Lab. Those are tough for me because while I love writing narrative, those cover letters and “vision” statements kill me and I don’t spend as much time on them as I should. But I managed to submit the entire package before the deadline last night. So whew…. I’m waaaay behind on NaNo though, so I’ve set a goal of at least 500 words a day for the rest of the week.
Lois Paige Simenson Same. Keep up with Nano. I presented my plot line to a group of writers tonight at a plotting meeting. They said, “You’ve hit a home run with this one, it’ll fly off the shelves and we can’t wait to read it.” Beyond elated! Then, I came home to read an email from BlueCat Screenplay, containing notes from my first screenplay. The positive paragraph was longer than the need-to-improve paragraph. They gave me concrete suggestions for revision. SO excited. Today has been a fabulous writer day.
Lorna Hartman Complete initial layout for book project in InDesign. Write 8 more days/steps for this screenplay by Friday evening. Practice my one guitar chord for the week. (Rank beginner.) Apply for more jobs. Need to eat while I write until I make my million.
Chris Conjures Do last edits/polish of a short story I’m getting kind of tired of working on and submitted to a contest so I can get back to my next short story that I’m rather excited about getting back to.
Tracy Gerhardt-Cooper Share an article I’ve written with my critique group before sending off in hopes of getting my first one accepted as a freelancer.
Beth McGee Begin rewrite of first chapters of WIP as a novel, rather than memoir. Map out remaining work on audio book version of book 1.
Daniel Escurel Occeno To keep writing on my NaNoWriMo novel for November. Covert Operative for Presidents: George Daye is the Operative
Andrea Helaine Turn computer on.
Don Tripp Survive.
Olivia Norah Ochor Applying and working on modalities to Amazon to publish my book
Isobel Duncan Finish at least five pages of writing
Sandra de Helen Revise 10 poems.
Tom Moser To hit 50k words on my novel.
Ann Wilmer-Lasky To stay on track for #NaNoWriMo!
Jennifer Maloney Get 3 blog posts written and scheduled. Design another demo site. Join some business groups on Facebook.
Petrea Burchard Got to finish the 4th draft for delivery to a beta reader Friday!
Jonathan Lazar Continuing to push book three of my series through Nanowrimo. Get book 1 of my urban fantasy novella series for sale. Get novella 2 and 3 finished, and covers made, so those can be released by the end of the month!
Lois Paige Simenson To keep up with my 1667 words per day. So far so good
Beth McGee Get out WIP, think about structure and plan. Edit two chapters of audio book version of first book.
Christina Alexandra I’d like to get started on my NaNo project this week…
Joe Giambrone Rewrite Demigods for middle grade.
Daniel Escurel Occeno To write on my NaNoWriMo novel.
Sandra de Helen Write a new essay.
Adam Bockler 5 blog posts for a client
Jennifer Maloney Well my goal this week was to finish the demo site I was working on and set up and advertise to my friends my business FB page… and I did those things!
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