Congratulations, Chris M Mackey, the December winner of a book from Michael Wiese Productions for posting goals. To be entered in next month’s drawing, post January 2020 Goals here or weekly goals during the month of January 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 December.
Lois Paige Simenson Outline next book in series, figure out how to set up new author web page and landing page, and learn how to do a Mailerlite newsletter.
Author A Fae Goals…hmmm. My main goal is to finish revising my current WIP, so I can actually start working on finishing it. I’ve been so busy editing for other people, I had to take a couple of vacation days to work on my own stuff. My hope is to make the most of the days I have this week. My WIP is currently at approximately 39K. It has some major gaps I need to fill in. Those are the areas I really want to work on this week. Aside from that, I have plenty of editing to do for other authors too. Good luck to everyone!
Daniel Escurel Occeno To self-publish my NaNoWriMo 2019 winner novel on paperback.
Christy Jackson Nicholas I have a 48K novella that I wrote during NaNoWriMo that I’m going through and doing the line-by-line-grammar edits on. I hope to get through most of it this week. I work on it in 10 page chunks (it’s 76 pages). I’ve done the first 10 pages already. In addition, I’m percolating my next novel
Cody Martin I don’t have a weekly goal but my 2020 goal is to publish my sequel to my first book.
Tony Gee Polish a short story for mid Jan sub.
J Blair Brown My NO JOKE Hand and Foot Cream Is stirring buzz! Now developing a brand new product. Unveiling in 2020. [wink, wink] Also coming: new publication!!
Eliza David Win #20kIn5Days in January, Submit to two anthologies, Publish my 13th novel, Finish 1st draft of my 14th novel
Candy Neely Arrington Review the goals I didn’t reach this year and redefine goals for 2020.
Lois Paige Simenson Landing page. Gulp.
Lois Paige Simenson Take a break from all things writing and do what I can to make people feel happy.
Daniel Escurel Occeno I need to look over the proof of my possible paperback. Look for mistakes or rewrites of the 50,000 plus words novel for finalizing it to print-on-demand during this holiday season. Difficult so far to get motivated.
Shannon L. Buck Spend time with loved ones, and do some blogging.
Daphne Wright Work on two plays
Nita Sweeney I had big plans. BIG PLANS! Looks like my week will involve more rest.
Stephanie Bourbon Work and finish all my drawings, but then hopefully get my course outlined a bit more. It’s hard with Christmas right in the middle
Sarah Glenn I’m sending out some acceptances to Strangely Funny VII. More constructive than I thought I’d be, but hey, I was off today
Lois Paige Simenson Research how to do author newsletters. Finish last pass
Daniel Escurel Occeno To continue and finish my goal before the monsoon.
Nita Sweeney Continue work on two projects.
Chris M Mackey Critique a movie or two …write up schedule for a meet & greet …
Tony Gee Work on/ finish a short story sub
Nita Sweeney Now that my new laptop is finally set, my plan is to continue gathering material for a new project.
Gigi Kiersten I need to finish my outline for the next draft of my book and I got to get the last post for the year done .
Rosemary Bointon Finish my monster article on sleep. Just doing photos and images.
Stephanie Bourbon Get some actual work done for the day job, writing my comedy piece for a comedy workshop, get my legal stuff in place for my online courses (or at least start), and book our trip to Greece (which has nothing to do with writing, except maybe it does???)
Bill Kelly At this point, I’d be happy with any progress. I’m very close to putting my novel over the 200,000 word mark, so I just want to make that little extra progress.
Briony Ledger To observe more, using all of my senses, and journal my observations.
Diane Ebert Connection. I have had a lot of presales(to canada!!) For my landscapw calender and connecting tomorrow connection with veterans for waterloo/cedarfalls calenders sales or presales!! Yahoo
Nita Sweeney Over-the-top writing goals. Stay tuned. Life is blowing my ears back!
Lois Paige Simenson Chip away at revision until I submit the ms to my editor.
Bill Kelly I just want to get a couple of thousand words. I think even three thousand will get my book over 200,000 words.
Livvy Skelton-Price Write something. I’ve had a couple days off and I really need to get back into it!
Jenn Martin-Ilo With my chaotic life and writer’s block….my goal is to get a couple words written down!
Laura Young-Downing My goal is to set a schedule to get some writing done.
Debi Cederquist Wheelock At least two journal entries this week for starters!
Larry Spoo Edit, edit, edit!!
Daniel Escurel Occeno To edit my NaNoWriMo novel to final draft for self-publication.
Eric Plaut Finally submitted my first manuscript!!!
Candy Neely Arrington Follow up on some article queries that haven’t been accepted or rejected.
Gigi Kiersten Well, finish Chapter 2 of my book and proofread and publish my literary gossip post for my blog.
Destiny Pifer Submitted a 5,250 word story to a horror anthlology after weeks of blood, sweat and tears it’s finished and sent in.
Lois Paige Simenson Reduce from 104K to under 100K. No small featTags: Goal-setting Goals Michael Wiese Producations Write On Online