Goals [April 2019]

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Reading

I plan on reading four books this month:

1. Battle Scars by Jordan Corley
2. Warriors: The Raging Storm (A Vision of Shadows 6) by Erin Hunter
3. Crookedstar’s Promise by Erin Hunter
4. Death By Pumpkin Spice (Bookstore Cafe Mystery 3) by Alex Erickson

If I can read an extra book or two in addition to those, that’d be great.

Writing

It’s Camp NaNoWriMo time! I’ll be working on two different projects aiming for 50,000 words total. I’m also hoping to get a few other things written as well just for fun.

Also, Sunday Morning is finally being released this month! I know, I’ve been promising it for a while, but it’s finally here. There will be more details on that soon.

Blogging

Once I finish my April posts, which I’m almost done with, I’ll be working on admin stuff all the while trying to get a headstart on May – Mystery Month!

Overall

April is going to be a busy month, but I’m ready!

What are your goals for the month? Let me know in the comments below. If you liked this post, please share it around.

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9 thoughts on “Goals [April 2019]

  1. Great goals… Good luck with them! Also, YAY for Sunday Morning finally being released!

    My goals for the month are to read nine books, watch six DVDs, finish the owl sewing kit I started while recovering from surgery, get the posts I can do ahead of time for May set up on my blog, and finish the first draft of my WIP. I’m also expecting the fifteen minute samples for the audio versions of a couple more of my books this month, so I’ll need to listen to those when they come in too. While doing all those things, I’m going to be attempting to persuade my body to co-operate on a sort of schedule, and dealing with the last stages of recovering from surgery (which mostly involves getting my body used to doing physical activity properly again). The dog says she’s more than happy to help with the last one.

    • Mystery Month is in celebration of the mystery genre. During the month of May, I’ll have a mystery short story for Short Story Sunday, mystery prompts on Friday, and blog posts about the genre. I’m hoping, for next year, I’ll be able to run a mystery-themed giveaway or something. I ran out of time to set it up for this year though.

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