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December 2016 Wrap Up

Reading

I read my fill of books this month, even though I was ahead when the month started! You can check out my Reading List to see what I read and reviewed. Or, you can check out my 2016 Reading List to see which books I read throughout the whole year!

Writing

I didn’t write anything this month… I spent the whole month organizing my writing and reading and prepping my blog for 2017. I have a lot of plans and goals for the upcoming year. I needed all the time I could get to prep and I’m still not ready! I also spent a great deal of time this month hanging out with friends and family and enjoying the holidays.

Blogging

I got so much blogging done… I wrote all my December posts early on and even got January all done (the ones I could do in advance, anyway)! I’ve been working on brand new graphics and have gotten a good chunk of those done as well. Plus, there are other things I’ve been working on for the blog that you’ll find out about soon enough.

Overall

December was so busy! It was mostly about life rather than writing, reading, and blogging. Which isn’t a bad thing, but I’m honestly ready for December to be over… And I usually don’t want it to end.

Posts to Remember

1. December 2017/January 2017 Writing Contests
2. 35 Questions to Ask When Critiquing a Novel
3. 8 Most Anticipated Reads for 2017
4. Guest: Outlining Effectively (Part One)
5. Guest: Outlining Effectively (Part Two)

How did December treat you? Did you get a lot accomplished before the New Year? Let me know in the comments below!

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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.

8 thoughts on “December 2016 Wrap Up

  1. I’m always interested in your plans and your going-ons. I am going to have to find someone to teach me how to write posts in advance and have them automatically posted on a certain date. I assume this is what you are doing.

    1. Yeah, I schedule most of my posts in advance. When you’re writing you’re post, near the “publish” button, there should be an option to schedule. You just pick the date and time and it should be good to go.

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