What writing resolutions are you making for 2014? Here is a sample of goals that you might set:
- A writing quota for books, stories, or articles that you will write. Set a reasonable expectation.
- Marketing goals might include trying out new ideas, learning new strategies, or devoting more time to this task.
- If you feel like you worked too hard in 2013, you might want to devote more time to family and find a better balance between writing, marketing, and family time.
- You might want to devote more time to writing if marketing or other activities are cutting into your writing time.
- The new year might be a good time to try out a new writing style or genre, or to develop some new characters.
- Making an effort to get traditionally published, or switching over to self-publishing, are possible goals.
- You might join a writer’s forum or book club, attend a conference, or get involved with a writing-related group.
- A new year is always another opportunity to stay positive and deal with stress better.
- Common resolutions, like exercising more and eating write, are valuable for writers, too, especially as we spend much time sitting at a desk.
- Perhaps you’d like to read more books in 2014.
What are your writing resolutions for 2014?
Happy New Year!
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