Congratulations, Gigi Kiersten, the November winner of a book from Michael Wiese Productions for posting goals. To be entered in next month’s drawing, post December 2019 Goals here or weekly goals during the month of December on the Facebook page or in the Facebook group.

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

Daniel Escurel Occeno Since I completed my NaNoWriMo novel, I already started to finalize of sending to be self-published on paperback.

Deborah Lyn Stanley Stick with production per updated priority plan – posted a book review today, one more article to polish and post this week. Keep posting ahead schedule – consistency is improving.

Bill Kelly I’m hoping for another five thousand words. I’ll be happy enough with less, but that’s my hope.

Pam Martin This week’s goal is 5K+, since I have two days off from the office!

Ron Choong 2K

Nita Sweeney Despite many writing goals, I’m focused on our family goal of getting the soaked leaves raked and hauled to the street before the city stops collecting.

Lois Paige Simenson Hire an editor and hire a cover designer. Start to design my web page and how to construct a newsletter. Suggestions on the newsletter aspect are welcome

Markell Steele Morris Go live with a landing page for my Career Strategy Consultation. I have added it to my FB group list of services and will post about it.

Gigi Kiersten Finish the post for the blog and then just rest

Nita Sweeney Leaf raking . . . in the rain.

Susan Valot Come up with an outline for an interview. Complete a science podcast.

Alma Bosek To write a poem

Janet Gervers Getting the word out about my new ebook and working on all the Amazon stuff!

Lois Paige Simenson Start designing my web page. Revise. Decide on an editor

Daniel Escurel Occeno To continue of writing 2,000 words a day on my NaNoWriMo novel. If I get ambitious, I might finish the 50,000 words within the week.

Paula Smalla My goal is to finish my Book 1 Part 1 by the end of this week. An ambitious goal, indeed, once I realized it takes about an hour to write a page, and I have at least 65 pages left to go…

Ellen Reed Finish the first draft of my book about our town’s first murder (my NaNoWrimo project).

Livvy Skelton-Price Write 2000 words a day! So far so good!

Lois Paige Simenson Start to figure how to set up my author website. And research how to do a newsletter.

Bill Kelly I’m just hoping for a few thousand words again.

Tony Gee Have to cut a short story I wrote in half word count wise

Leah Kent A big goal for me is setting dates and rewriting the offer page for my January 2020 Sacred Unplanning e-course. I’m really excited about it and would love to schedule some podcast interviews in December to promote it!

Stephanie Bourbon Finish NaNoWriMo and have technology work for once (lately) so I can get a video up tomorrow

Nita Sweeney Finish the book proposal!

Gigi Kiersten Write my chapter by chapter outline for my new story

Mercy Fae Write out my pitch list for December so I can submit it on 12/1.

Liz Dubelman Finish my latest draft of my short story.

Jacqui Gross Keeping up my goal of writing a minimum of 30 min a day. It was hard getting into a groove last week and I missed 2 days. Maybe a weekly average of writing? I just want to get into a consistent routine of writing focusing on my stories.

Bill Kelly At this point, I’m just hoping for progress of any kind. Three or four thousand words would be good enough.

Livvy Skelton-Price Write 14,000 words by the end of the week. So far I’m at 5,000

Catherine Turley Get the paperback cover fixed! My book is live but…Amazon emailed this weekend to say there is an issue. Send all the positive author vibes my way <3

Daniel Escurel Occeno To continue on averaging of 2,000 words a day during NaNoWriMo.

Nita Sweeney To make it through the week. Yesterday the pupperina ate my favorite underwear. Today she ate my FitBit. She will survive, but will we? #ninetyninepercentgooddog

Diane Ebert Updating and rebranding website!!

April Bing Sticking to a new exercise routine. Complete some photography work I picked up. Two interviews

Jacqui Gross Writing an average of 30 min daily. I have a story I want to finally finish.

Daniel Escurel Occeno To continue on averaging 2,000 words a day on my NaNoWriMo novel.

Bill Kelly I’m just hoping to do another few thousand words.

Arm Vin Complete a screenplay and ppt and sent it to shoot a digital ad..

Christina Alexandra 40k by Sunday.

Ron Choong 2k a day

Collins Buop Articles writing

Christy Jackson Nicholas I hope to get 14,000 words in on my WIP for NaNo!

Suzie Quintana 1,800-2k words/day. I’m doing NaNoWriMo and trying to do a little more than I need to in case work gets in the way

Chris M Mackey Credits for #Soldadolobo and some reviews that are late because of #SoldadoLobo…

Nita Sweeney Entering a big contest, sending a podcaster the info they need, and spinning heck out of a big podcast that’s dropping today!

Vickie Burns-Sikora Still working on my NaNoWriMo novel, but I think maybe it’s time to do a bit more planning before I start flailing. So that’s it.

Nikki Prince My goal is to make sure to keep up on my grad school classes as well as get words written for NaNo every day and to stay ahead so I have some leeway

Daniel Escurel Occeno To win the individual self-gratification writing contest of NANOWRIMO.



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