My writing goals for 2007

Happy New Year to all my readers.

I hope that 2007 brings much satisfaction and success in your writing life.

I have never really been a person who makes New Year’s resolutions. I prefer to set some goals for my life, things that can be easily measured and where progress can be clearly demonstrated.

So here are a few of my writing goals for 2007:

My Writing Goals for 2007:

  • To maintain regular posts on my three blogs.
  • To write a total of 1000 posts on my blogs (up from 800 in 2006)
  • To write for a total of 1500 hours during the year (up from 1400 hours in 2006).
  • To average at least 1000 words per day for the whole year (up from 750 words per day in 2006).
  • To submit to publishers the three novels for children I have already written.
  • To submit to publishers the five picture book texts for children I have already written.
  • To submit 10 poems to publishers.
  • To submit 10 short stories to publishers.

What are your writing goals for this year?

Let me know in the comments section below.


2 Responses to “My writing goals for 2007”

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