2015 is officially here! It’s time to look ahead confidently and make this year really count.
Did I complete my resolutions for 2014?
Eh… yes and no. One resolution was to read more. I made a Goodreads challenge to read 20 books in 2014 and I read 24 books. I think I could have read more, but 24 was an overachievement.
Another resolution was to write more. I kept up pretty well with my Short Story Sundays on here (I think). I won two out of three NaNo challenged in 2014, and I also got pretty far in writing/editing my Detective Florence series.
What are my resolutions for 2015?
My resolutions are more or less the same as last year… I want to read more than last year. For the 2015 Goodreads Reading Challenge, I’m going to pledge to read 52 books. That’s one book a week. We’ll see how well I can keep up with that.
For writing, I’m going to focus more on my Detective Florence series. By the end of 2015 I want to have the first novel ready for publication so I can start querying.
On a side note, I want to start eating healthier. I give myself until the end of the first week, but it’ll be good to try.
What’s up for the blog in 2015?
I’m going to start posting regularly. There will still be plenty of “personal” posts on here. However, I’m going to have a few posts already written to make sure I can keep up with the blog. Also, the topics will be more about reading and writing in general as well as my own writing.
–Sunday: Short Story Sunday will continue. Each Sunday I will post a short story or poem or some other type of my own writing. –Wednesday: I will post advice and tips about writing. I will also links to outside articles and blog posts about the same subject. –Friday: Something short and simple, I’ll post a writing quote or picture. I think it’ll be a great source of inspiration/motivation. –Saturday: I’ll post what book I read that past week and let you all know what I think about it. –Every “first” of the month: I’ll post either a character spotlight on the characters in my novels or a WIP summary of my current novel. I’m hoping that will be interesting for all.
–Every “sixth” of the month: I will post six six-word stories. This challenge is brought to you by Adam Ickes. I found his challenge a long time ago and decided it would be something to try for 2015.