I’m a fan of accountability, and my biggest accountability party in writing is usually NaNoWriMo in November. This year, because of production scheduling for my novel Forever Material, I couldn’t participate with the hope of any real success. Also, since I have children and a household to run, I usually have to “bank” with Mr. Athena for the lost time in November. This year, I failed to do that and I PAID THE PRICE.

On the good news side, though, I’ve discovered RoW80 – A Round Of Words In 80 Days (catchy, no?) just in time to kick things off. So without further ado, my goals for this 80 days are:

  • Write at least 1000 new words of my current WIP for 4 days a week
  • Spend 4 hours on revisions for my previous WIP per week
  • Limit social media to 15 meaningful minutes per day
  • Maintain consistent blog posts at least twice a week

I really don’t want to set concrete goals for social media–heaven knows I waste too much time on it, but I can ensure I’m consciously focusing on making my social media connections meaningful…and limiting them to keep from eating my life. I have other goals for other parts of my life, which I’m privately maintaining, or focusing on during Momming Mondays, but these ought to get me going for now.

My short contemporary romantic comedy, Forever Material, is out now! Please check it out!

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She’s absolutely sure he’s not the marrying kind…

He’s absolutely sure she’s right…

But he’s still going to prove her wrong.

 

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