Looking back at my February goals, pretty much the best I can say is that I was more successful with them than the ones I set myself in January. But, as you might remember, that was a pretty low bar to clear.

  • 2 blog posts per week (minimum).

Not quite. I did manage it in the two partial weeks of February but one out of the three full weeks. Granted one of those weeks we were at sea but if I’d done a bit more planning, that shouldn’t have been a problem. And I have even less excuse for the other week.

  • Write two book reviews.

I made this one, although it was only just. I did get my review of Art of War done as promised and posted just in time for it for the book release. I did manage to get another review posted just in the last couple of days but, looking back, I don’t like leaving things to the last minute like that.

  • Come up with a workable schedule

Sort of. While I haven’t structured everything, I think I’ve managed to work out a way to keep myself on top of my various commitments as best I can in my available time. Of course, the deciding factor is whether or not I can actually work during the times I’m supposed to.

  • Post some more work.

I did get this one out of the way early on. Granted it wasn’t new work, it was the opening of one of my House Valerius short stories, but I still put it out there.

  • Plan/structure/work out what the hell I’m doing with House in Exile.

Argh.

So, as I said at the top of this post, better than last month but still plenty of room for improvement. Now, onward into March.

 

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