I know that there’s still technically a few days left to go but the sad truth is that I’ve already written this month off. Not good but I figure I can either brood about what went wrong or I can acknowledge what went wrong and make sure I avoid doing the same thing next month.
I have to admit, I was not looking forward to examining last month and now that I come to do so, I find that I was right.
The end of August is rapidly approaching which means we’re only a couple of months away from some things of note. The first is our (almost) annual holiday in Florida. The other is NaNoWriMo. I’ve been giving the latter a little bit of thought over the past few days.
For most of the past week, various thoughts on what I was going to do for this month’s goals have been kicking around in the back of my head. And while I maybe haven’t decided to use all of those random notions, I have made a few choices.
July was a bit of an unusual month. I accomplished some things, failed in others. I had one or two realizations, one or two good moments, maybe even one or new opporchancities.
I’ve been working on my first draft of House in Exile on and off for a while now. More off than on this past month, to be truthful. But leaving that aside, I’ve also been a bit haphazard which parts I’m working on.
Another month, and the second round of #authorconfessions. So, much as I did last time, here’s a round-up of my answers.
Well, January was a bit of a mixed bag, at least as far as my goals went. I’m not entirely happy with the way things panned out but I do feel relatively good about at least some of the results I got.
As I said during my post at the beginning of the month, I’ve been taking part in #AuthorConfession on Twitter. And now that we’re just about done, here are my collected answers.
I did say I’d be doing some January specific goals, didn’t I?