Something I love about Goodreads is how easy it is to track my progress towards my reading goals. At the end of the year, Goodreads gives stats on my reads.
2021 Goals! This year, I’ve really struggled with creating my goals. The problem is there’s so much I want to do, but where to start?
I had the most fabulous live chat with author Lyndell Williams on Instagram. Chatting romance and writing tips - find out more here... #romancewriters #romancereaders #IGlive
Spoiler alter! I didn’t reach 50k. #skyheart #nanowrimo #postnano #amwriting #writinggoals
Are you doing #nanowrimo? Here’s the projects I’ll be working on. I’d love to hear yours. #writingcommunity #amwriting #wordcountgoals
You’ve got to check out this fabulous resource full of books, and about the books and the authors. #bookbloggers #readers
I can’t believe it has been 10 years since I first wrote my novel. I’ve written countless other novels but this one I felt had potential. This one, I decided to take seriously.
You may have caught my last post of 2019 where I reflected on how last year went. As I welcome in the new year it’s time to set new goals. Oh my, some of these are big!
It is important to regularly reflect on your goals. Twelve months is a long time and needs can change. It also helps you to stay accountable and not lose sight of what you are aiming to achieve. This is why I check in on myself every three months. Here is how I am progressing towards these.
Here are my thoughts on how NaNoWriMo 2019 went...