Monthly Goals November 2013

Each month, I write down my writing-related goals and share them with the world, in an effort to achieve more of these goals. Here are the goals I wanted to achieve for October. The goals I reached are scratched through. Write guest posts for “Valentina and the Haunted Mansion” tour, which runs from October 1st to November 1st. Visit the […]

Monthly Goals April 2013

This month I’m going to take things a bit slower, mostly because I’ll be focusing on catching up with school work during the easter holiday and studying for my driver’s license. So that’ll be two weeks where studying and driver’s license is a priority, and well, they’ll probably stay my priority for the rest of the month. I’m participating in […]

NaNoWriMo Progress #3: I won!

This is the fastest NaNoWriMo win for me EVER. Hah. Most years I tend to forget about NaNo until half way through, or I do participate but end up with only half a plot and zero inspiration, and finish nowhere. I was pretty proud when I won Camp NaNoWriMo this year in June, but I’m even more proud this time […]

November Goals

October sure went by fast. With fast, I mean it literally flew out of the window. I didn’t get to do a lot of writing in October, until the last week when I suddenly got a blast of inspiration and started working on Allegro Academy- Adagio. The story behind Adagio is actually a very fun one. The book started out […]

August Goals

Well, guess what? It’s August. July has really flown by, and that means it’s time to make a new set of goals for the next month. I didn’t meet the goals for July at all, and August will be about five times as busy, but here goes nothing. Here are some totally writing-unrelated goals: Get my driver’s license. Study for […]

MayNoWriMo #6: Editing Round Two

How many rounds of editing do you generally go through before the editor decides your book is ready to be shipped off to the proofreader? Two, three? More? As you may or may not know (and I hope you do know), my debut novel will be released by InkSpell Publishing in October of this year. We’re currently in the middle […]

MayNoWriMo #5: Setting More Realistic Goals

I know I haven’t been that consistent in my MayNoWriMo posts, mostly because I don’t think it would be entertaining enough for you all if I went on and on about my word count on a daily basis. I might do so during the official NaNoWriMo this year, but I’m not going to bother you with it every single day […]