Feb 1, 2016


January was for hibernating. February is for goals.

1. Blog every day in February. Should be easy considering I've posted less than 30 posts in the past year.
2. Write a piece of flash fiction every day in February. Flex them writin' muscles.
3. Edit a chapter per day in the current W-I-P (work in progress).  Currently, that means Fiddler #1 which was last years NaNo project, and that sucker only gets dustier and dustier.
4. Be Baby-Ready by March 1st.  (Baby is due April 9)
5. 30 Query Letters in 30 Days. I'm not exactly query-ready, but I like the idea of melting this iceberg one day at a time.

I am so out of shape when it comes to blogging, tweeting, writing, you name it.  Someone asked me the other day if I was online, and I was just struck dumb.  An old version of myself still exists somewhere online.  But I cannot wholeheartedly answer that I am ON-LINE.  I'm mostly in my car, sitting at my kids' school, in the laundry room, or meandering the depths of Target.  But hopefully, with some serious February goal-getting, I can answer YES. I am ONLINE.

Any other good February challenges out there that I should engage in? 

We have a whole extra day this month. Let's use it wisely.


Mia @ The Chronicles of Chaos said...

Aw, congrats the baby! S/he will be here so soon! You can do it - the writing, blogging - you got this! :)

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