Another year, another New Year’s post. 2012 wasn’t as productive as I’d hoped, but not all bad either: I had 3 poems and 1 flash story published, finished a revision of a novel, and got some excellent feedback.
This year’s goals: Finish another revision of the novel, get the baby to sleep through the night, and keep up with the weekly W1S1!
I have a new flash piece, “Star-Crossed Lovers,” published today at 365 tomorrows. This was my January submission for W1S1, and so far my only submission for W1S1 2012. So much for New Year’s plans!
Happy New Year!
And with a new year, a new plan. For 2012, I’m keeping the writing goals simple: finish editing the novel I started editing last year, finish the novel in progress I started in last August’s Camp NaNo, and give Write1Sub1 another go, on the monthly schedule.
Last year I took on W1S1 weekly, and only kept up for about half the year, but what a great half it was! I wrote lots of twitter fiction I wouldn’t otherwise have written, and even when I wasn’t writing, W1S1 kept me thinking about writing.
In fact, the last of my twitter fiction from W1S1 2011, “Nanny Bots,” is up at trapeze magazine today! Time to get more work out there.
Happy Writing in 2012!
Woo hoo, I’m a Martian! Still keeping up with Write1Sub1.
Three months down, only . . . hmm, let’s not count down quite yet.
In other news, my story “Pretending” is on Every Day Fiction’s April calendar now – scheduled for publication on April 29th!
Here it’s the first week of March already and I’m still wondering whatever happened to the groundhog this year!
I’ve kept up with the weekly W1S1 writing and subs, thanks in good part to my discovery of twitter fiction!
Here’s my February Fahrenheit – woo hoo! (I’m sure there’s a better place on a blog to put this, and one of these days I’ll figure it out . . . )
And hats off to Dr. Seuss this week! Just when I thought I’d read all his books, my daughter brought home “Daisy-Head, Mayzie” from the school library and the girls listened raptly – few authors can hold the attention of all three that long! That puts Dr. Seuss right up there with popsicles and lollipops!