Happy new year!


My new year resolutions are to finish writing and editing my first novel and to successfully complete the TBR challenge. What are yours?

May the new year bring success, sales and tons of blog traffic to all of us, authors and bloggers alike!


8 thoughts on “Happy new year!

  1. I used to hate the concept of New Year’s resolutions – until I thought about it like a writer. The phrase ‘I resolve to…’ – those are good words. Powerful words. I have a long list of things I have resolved to do this year, and I’ll probably pop ’em up on tumblr tonight, because – why not?

    I hope you do finish your novel this year. I look forward to reading it!

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    • You gotta give me your tumblr address!
      I set weekly goals for my writing, which was one of the main reasons I managed to reach 39k words rather quickly. I am hoping to come up with the finished, ready to publish version before the end of 2015, I will let you know when the manuscript is done and ready for beta reading. Big hugs to you and K, I hope we all get to finish some of our resolutions and see some success!


    • Tumblr is tarnishedwords.tumblr.com. It’s mostly a mishmash of fandom crap with the occasional bit I’ve ranted/written. Though, more of that this next year, I think. Also: pictures of my dog, because Odin is awesome. If you have a tumblr/facebook, shoot me the links!


  2. My New Year’s Writing Resolution is to manage my time more efficiently. I often say I don’t have time to write, but then I find myself scrolling through my newsfeed on Facebook.

    I hope you reach all your goals for 2015!


  3. Ha ha, I love the Middle-Earth graphic! πŸ˜€ Happy New Year to you, Leona!

    My resolutions aren’t exactly resolutions, but goals I’ve planned for regardless of the time of year. First, I want to finish the first draft of my novel by the end of February. (Was hoping to do so by the end of December 2014, but didn’t quite happen…) Then I need to revise it. I’m hoping that by the end of the year, I’ll have sent a version for beta-readers and critique partners to review.


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