March 2017 Wrap Up



I only read one book this month and got halfway through another. I didn’t read as much as I had hoped, but at least I read something. Check out my Reading List to see what I read. Not all the reviews are up yet, but you can check that page periodically as I update it.


Did I get most of the writing done that I said I would in my Goals post? Nope.

I did outline my novel for Camp NaNo, which is good because that was the only project with a “deadline.” I realized I needed to figure out a timeline to work on my projects, so I figured that out at least. The real writing begins in April!


I didn’t meet my goals for reading or writing, but I did finish my March posts for both this blog and Double Jump in a timely manner. I got a head start on April’s posts because I hope to give most of my attention to Camp NaNoWriMo.

In addition to all that, I was a guest on Ari’s blog, The Eternal Scribbler. Feel free to check out the post!


March wasn’t as productive as I had hoped it would be. Then again, this could just be the calm before the storm. Camp NaNo begins tomorrow, April 1, and I plan to really buckle down on all my writing projects, among other things.

If you would like to know what those “other things” are and a more detailed version of what I’ve accomplished this month and what I plan to get done next month, consider signing up for my Newsletter. It’s quick, easy, and free! If you’re not quite sure you want to subscribe, check out my Newsletter Page for more information.

Posts To Remember:

1. 4 Easy Outlining Methods: Find What Works Best For You
2. March/April 2017 Writing Contests
3. 3 More Outlining Methods The Help Your Novel Along
4. Guest: Literacy’s Role In African American Education
5. Guest: Rhythm
6. Interview: Meet Jessica Dall, Author
7. Interview: Meet Jen Benjamin, Author

How did the month of March treat you? Did you accomplish your goals? Let me know in the comments below!

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