July 2017 Goals

Goals for July 2017 | Reading, Writing, Blogging


It’s summer! Which means there will be two book reviews a week. For July, that means a total of nine reviews. I still have a few books left over from Mystery Month that I want to read, but I’m still not sure which books I want to read.

I have a lot of books on my list and I know that if I pick out nine, I’m just going to change my mind. So, for this month, I’m not going to list what I want to read. I’m just going to pick at random. Just expect nine reviews this month.


It’s another month of Camp NaNoWriMo! I’ll be working on two projects:

1. Brave – Write 50,000 words of this novel
2. Short Story Sunday 2018 – Write 50,000 words of next year’s short stories

If I have the time, I’d love to continue editing my mystery novel, but that won’t be a priority.


I’ll have much more time to read and comment on new blogs as well get ahead with my own posts. I also plan on adding more to this blog as well.

I also plan on continuing my work on Double Jump as well as a new blog.


July is going to be a busy month. But now that work is over my writing and blogging will get my undivided attention. It’ll be a good month!

What are your goals for July? Let me know what you think in the comments below!

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12 thoughts on “July 2017 Goals

  1. Best of luck with your goals. The biggest goal I want to accomplish is to write a story a week. There have been rare occasions where I churn out a story a day. Of course, that’s usually the first draft. But I want to not only write a first draft, but to edit and put together a polished piece in a week. The idea behind it is that I want to post more stories on my blog. And I’m hoping the story a week thing will help see that goal through.

    • Thanks!
      That’s a good idea. That’s why I do my Short Stories so in advance. I have time to really work on them and it gives me new ideas as well. Sometimes I even try submitting them to other places before I post it on the blog.
      Good luck! 🙂

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