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ROW 80 Goals!

So I thought a great way to kick off 2014 was to give ROW 80 another shot! I have some major goals I'd like to accomplish this year and I love the community support from ROWers :)

I'm actually two days late posting my goals because I've been flat on my back with the flu all week. I'm still feeling like a gigantic steaming pile of doggy doo, but thanks to Dayquil  I'm at least slightly coherent at the moment :)

Without further ado, here are my goals for this round...

1 * Get organized with my writing. I have bits a pieces of plot bunnies and characterization/setting/dialog notes floating around everywhere. Ugh. My disorganization is driving me bananas. I know I could be a whole lot more productive with just a little organization.

2 * Finish the final draft of Priceless! So excited that my baby is finally nearing completion!

3 * Hammer out a first draft of a New Adult novel I've been kicking around lately. I'm really looking forward to trying my hand at a n…

2014 Writerly Resolutions

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Happy New Year everyone!

I LOVE January first, when the whole world is filled with hope for the upcoming year. It gives me a chance to take a long hard look at my life and making my resolutions to help me accomplish my goals.

Before I get to the awesomeness that is going to be 2014, I want to do a quick recap of 2013...

Things that Rocked in 2013:

* My kidlings are doing wonderfully in school! My daughter is 6 and a total smarty pants, reading at a 6th grade level (gotta start them young!), and my son is 3 and learning and growing at a more rapid pace than I ever would've thought possible. This mama is so very proud!

* I met someone of the boyfriend variety... more on this later ;)

* I wrote a bunch of short stories for kids at my son's school. He goes to a pre-school for autistic children and I discovered a way to mix my writing and my love of helping children. Its been an incredibly rewarding experience and a great use of my writing talent.

Things that kinda/sorta/completely…