Even though I really have not been working on these goals at all, it is still good to drag them out once a week. Not so I can say - "You failure!" but so that I can say, we will try again next week. It also helps me to remember where I want to end up.
Daily goals –
1- write for an hour a day, this could be working on my book, writing articles, short stories or poetry, or writing extra blogs (my assigned posts don’t count) – I actually finished chapter 28 on my novel and have 1500 words on chapter 29, so I am pretty pleased with that. I also wrote down a very rough outline of what else is going to happen.
2- market my book or other current project for one hour a day, this could include researching markets for my articles, devotions, or other writing to various markets, as well as keeping my nose to the grindstone of getting my book sold – You got me. Anything in particular that I can remember doing out of the ordinary? Oh, a friend emailed me about a book festival near her town in Minnesota, so I called and emailed the contact person, but haven't heard back yet. My friend's contact with this festival told her that they still have room available, so I might just mail in my registration on Monday and see what develops.
3- comment on one other blog – I am clueless. I didn't comment on too many other blogs, but I know I did a few.
Weekly goals –
1- post to Dino Chronicles three times a week – Yes, even though I was braindead on Thursday, but I did write one on Friday.
2- post to Writing What I Can When I Can twice a week – Yes
3- work on my social networks, by adding to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Goodreads and Pinterest each once a week – Umm, I don't think I did this.
1- Do research on my novel – No, but the month is only half over.
2- Submit something somewhere – I submitted a poem to my friend's monthly poetry challenge.
Finish my novel – Sure - I mean, not.