Wednesday, September 2, 2015

IWSG


September! 

Wow. I didn't think it'd get here so fast. Like most vacations, it was a short break. But I can't wait to get back to the doing part.

I've been deep in rewrites. Writing scene narratives, changing arcs, and whatnot, but I look forward to sitting down and finally writing them out. 

I still have to get organized. That went out the window. There just wasn't enough effort, on my part.

But I'm good and rambling. I think this break of no guilt was good for me.

So, my writing goals this year is to finish those rewrites and get back to submissions. I have so many stories floating in my head I'm looking forward to getting to.

How about you?

14 comments:

  1. I hear you on all counts. Same here. My goal for the fall is to devise a marketing plan for my YA release next year, continue to sub my MG, and develop a completely mapped-out outline, synopsis, & chapter summary for the sequel to my YA. I need motivation every day, or at least an accountability partner.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. An accountability partner. That's a great idea. Where can I find one? :)

      Delete
  2. I'm not as busy as you are. I have a piece that needs me to incorporate my beta feedback, and I'm waiting on my next round of edits. I really need to get back to the writing routine. :-)

    Anna from Elements of Writing

    ReplyDelete
  3. I need one of those--a break of no guilt. Can't get there really because my brain is still so sleep deprived there's little to no control. It thinks what it wants to. Come on brain, get with it, eh? ;)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. No guilt break are the best! Highly recommended. :)

      Delete
  4. Yay for no guilt! Best wishes on revisions and all those new stories. :)

    ReplyDelete
  5. I just need to get to writing and finish something. I put too many irons in the fire and then get distracted by life. Here is to writing forwards not backwards. Best of luck,
    Juneta Writer's Gambit

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Crappy first drafts. I live...or write...by that motto. It allows me to finish one project at a time. Good luck!

      Delete
  6. Good luck with those submissions. It's always nice to get those ideas down so they exist in a more concrete form!

    ReplyDelete
  7. I took a class by Laurie Schnebly who helped me do a mini-outline of sorts for my next book but I haven't started it yet. I told myself I was waiting for September when my 2 kids go back to school but the old "insecurity" is coming to the fore, telling me I won't be able to do it "again". But I believe I will, so it's going to happen.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Stick to your schedule. It'll happen! =)

      Delete

Thanks for stopping by! I had to turn on the word verification due to spammers. Sorry for the inconvenience.