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September 2016 Goals


1. Death by Pumpkin by Noelle Granger
2. The Magnus Covenant
3. Murder on the Links by Agatha Christie
4. Corrupted by Lisa Scottoline


1. Work on The Lost Girl for at least one hour every day whether it’s reading through what I have, adding onto what I didn’t finish, or editing parts already written.


1. Finish all posts and graphics for September
2. Get a headstart on that thing that will happen at the end of November


September is going to be a busy month. I have the rest of this week and all next week to get ahead on everything. I start back to work on September 12, so I won’t be able to dedicate as much time to blogging, reading, and writing. We’ll see what this school year brings!

What are your goals for the month? Let me know in the comments!

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Born and raised in Massachusetts, Rachel Poli is a writer and blogger. She has an associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education and a bachelor’s degree in English Studies. She enjoys writing young adult novels, middle-grade, and children’s picture books. She is currently working on her first novel.

19 thoughts on “September 2016 Goals

      1. I went out to remove the Agatha Christie mysteries from my LFL so I could mail them to you, and someone has checked them out or given them a good home. I must have read 10 or more Agatha Christies in the 70’s (before you were born…ha ha!). I also have read two books on the mysterious disappearance of Agatha Christie at one period of her life. Lots of theories, lots of clues, no conclusive answers. I guess it was her business, after all.

  1. My goal is to increase my blogging to twice a week, to keep an eye out on my spending and improve the layout on my website.
    I’ve been struggling with figuring out what to write and what to focus on on my blog, but when I took a look at your schedule I realized that maybe I can do whatever, as long as I keep it consistent so thank you for that.

    1. Schedules are definitely important! Though I know they don’t work for everyone. Good luck with your blog! And with your spending… We all have that problem. 😉

  2. Happy birthday! I wish you all the best today. Every day, I should say. I hope it’s been amazing so far. I hope you didn’t work too hard. And I hope you had a lot of fun.
    I always like to think birthday months are great months. 😉

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