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Here are the goals posted on the Facebook Page and in the Group in November.

Brian Leggett Still working on the first draft of my newest screenplay and getting some reading done as well.

Audrey Paulduro So thankful that I have guidelines to help me with something I hold very dear to my heart. Dedicating this book to the memory of a very good friend of mine. Happy to say I am on chapter three and not giving up!!

Vivienne Bretherick I am working on my essay for competition, I only have two weeks to get it done so my focus is on the goal. Also still doing my daily brain dump of seven hundred and fifty words, many of my creative nonfiction essay ideas start to develop within the writing of my daily brain dumps.

Duane Collins Just going to work through a story I wrote and clean it up for submission!

Daniel Escurel Occeno To watch All The Money in the World during December 1st at 9 P.M. on HBO since my original goal I finished already my NaNoWriMo novel on the 29th Gubat, Philippines Time.

Brian Leggett Continue working on my screenplay and get some reading done.

Bill Kelly I’m going to try to get back to writing on my book. At this point, almost anything will be considered a success.

Karen Sparkowich To actually write something…

Daniel Escurel Occeno I was able to catch up on the word count of my NaNoWriMo novel. I just wrote some with this Tuesday evening after supper left to write for the day. I have less 5,000 words to cross the 50,000 words finish line before the 30th of November at Gubat Time Philippines.

Sandra de Helen Finishing the editing job I’m working on.

Tom Moser Same here. I feel like I’m going to be editing this forever!

Petrea Burchard Working on a new website!

Lois Paige Simenson Continue revision.

E.M. Shue 5k

Sarah Glenn Figuring out what happens next.

Tracy Gerhardt-Cooper Edit my entry for Chicken Soup for the Soul. It’s due soon!

Daniel Escurel Occeno To finish THE WINE MERCHANT or write the rest of the 50,000 words, but I already wrote the ending chapter so writing of the fill in scenes to 50,000 words would complete the novel.

Brian Leggett I am continuing to write out the first draft of my new screenplay. The story is progressing quickly because I’m following the outline.

Lois Paige Simenson Begin again to revise my novel. Research potential agents.

Tony Gee Edit a chapter every other day for review by my writing group.

Linda Hamonou I need another 15538 words. Hopefully I’ll get more.

Audrey Paulduro Everyday…committing time to write either before I go to bed or upon rising in the morning.

Matthew Farmer 10 000 words, which will mean I hit 50k for the month of November and the NaNoWriMo

Sauliha Mangerah Just going to make time and pluck up the courae to face that blank page daily. I think that’s a start.

Brian Leggett I am continuing to write out the first draft of my new screenplay. The story is progressing quickly because I’m following the outline.

E.M. Shue I’m going big this week cause I have days off from my day job…10k

Tracy Gerhardt-Cooper Finish my monthly newsletter, which includes a freebie devotional for Christmas.

Sarah Glenn I got my two scenes written last week, so now I need to move on to the next day. One character takes a trip, the other… still working on that. Character 3 is in the pokey.

Lois Paige Simenson Resume revision of Alaskan Spark and Otter Rock. Again *sigh*

Edentu Oroso Completion of a work-in-progress biography.

Madeline Wright Write 15K words for NaNo by the end of the 15th.

Pam Martin I’d like to catch up on my NaNo project, but I’m 12K words behind, so I’ll settle for daily counts of 1667 words; I’ll catch up gradually!

Christy Jackson Nicholas Hoping for at least 10,000 words on my NaNo.

Audrey Paulduro Now that both my computer and lap top are updated I would like to start plotting out a novel I wanted to do in memory of my dear friend I worked with. When she passed I got a chance to talk with her sister to see if it was ok and she said it would be a beautiful gesture.

E.M. Shue 8k

Daniel Escurel Occeno To catch up on my NaNoWriMo novel.

Sarah Glenn To get through two scenes where characters are seeking clues. Update: Finished one scene, in the middle of the second scene now.

Dorri Olds I’d love to shut up the critical voice in my head that has been yammering away lately. Meditating definitely helps. And just writing helps. No matter what I write. If I’m writing, I do much better with that yakkety yak in my head! Anybody relate? Update: You know that saying, “A pain shared is halved and a joy shared is doubled”? As soon as I posted my comment here, I started writing and writing. One needs the sucky first draft before anything else is going to happen in the editing!! Brought my first draft to my writing group and it went very well.

Karin Hallén Meet my very tight deadline on Friday and still do a good job.

Lois Paige Simenson Write up an interview with a well-known writer and submit to local magazines and newspapers

Eve Kanne Send letters to 2 agents

Tina Capalbo Finish editing a short story.

Beth McGee Clean paper from my 2 desks, coffee table, file cabinet, kitchen table, kitchen island and night stand. I keep saying THIS month, I can put it all away…..every month.

Brandi Payne My goal for the week is to finish editing one book and finish writing two others.

E.M. Shue Another 8k in words

Bill Kelly I’m hoping for a couple of thousand words.

Duane Collins I want to get back into my book that I started.

Daniel Escurel Occeno To catch up on my NaNoWriMo novel but better to write hundreds of words a day until I can make mad dashes of thousands in words to the story a day.

Monique Goosen To at least get to writing this week 😂😂

Arm Vin Holidays with family

Sandra de Helen To be the best nurse I can be for my friend who’s having total knee replacement. And to have a great book launch on Sunday as well.

Gisele Perez I’m envisioning a huge blue wave – with some anxiety…

Sarah Glenn NanoWriMo daily. Contact contributors to the Strangely Funny anthology. If I say it here, perhaps I’ll actually get it done.

Daniel Escurel Occeno For the month of November 2018 I will write 50,000 words on a new novel for NaNoWriMo – National Novel Writing Month.

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