So, yes, Brenda–you can make your own goals.
Ann Dee wants you to be happy while you write.
I just want to get words on the paper.
My goals are as follows: work on two already finished novels. Rewrite as much as I can.
I should do this happily, but I won’t.
What I want to do is just watch TV or go to bed or anything other than think.
it’s that time of year and I need to write. Writing will make me feel better.
Also, I am in SLJ for an interview:
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Great Job on SLJ! And thanks for including the link! The rest of this week (and into Sunday of next week) had looked perfect for “gettin’ down on a Marathon.” Then we decided to go to the Opera Festival in Logan — we didn’t go last year, and I was disappointed to miss all of it. So here’s my PLAN: I’ve been working today through more of Julia Cameron’s THE ARTIST’S WAY. I’ll take it with me, but that work —- as necessary as it is to me right now — will be just little dips into it as time allows, but a LITTLE BIT each day: I will write between 750- 1,000 words every day WITH JOY (no, that’s not a person, it’s my attitude while writing) — maybe even with GLEE. I’m thinking I may try to hammer out some of my goof-ball ideas for children’s stories or silly, fun poems. And I’m going to gift myself with the TIME to read more of THE MISTS OF AVALON by Marion Zimmer Bradley.