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Today, I’m joined in the reading room by A.M. Justice, author of A Wizard’s Forge.
It’s been a while since I did a proper goals post.
Although last month went off the rails a bit, I did get some things accomplished.
We’re joined by C.M. Turner, author of Where The Ironweed Blooms and the forthcoming Not Flowers For Charlie.
I’m not sure how much I can do for this month’s goals.
One of the things I consistently hear online is how supportive the writing community can be for many of us struggling through a first draft (or second or fifteenth, whichever). If, like me, you have found this to be the case then maybe you’re looking for ways to give back. Here are a few suggestions:
Without dwelling on the failures of 2017, I’m trying to make my 2018 goals reflective of what I learned from last year, not just what I ideally want to accomplish.
A lot of things that I wanted to get done this past year didn’t work out. I could go on about what I think my failings were, but I won’t. Not that I don’t think there’s value in acknowledging my mistakes, quite the opposite, but dwelling on them doesn’t do me too much good either. I’d rather close out the year and move into the new one on a more positive note.
Joining me in the reading room tonight is H.A. Callum,.