Hello, lovely writers! I just got home from college yesterday, and it’s so nice to not have HOMEWORK assignments or EXAMS or PAPERS.
Without further ado, I’d like to share with you my plans for my Winter Break. That way, I have to actually stick to these plans, because I’ve told people about them! Accountability, you know?
1. Edit every day.
I have a project that I really really want to work on. It’s a YA Urban Fantasy featuring sassy characters, baby dragons, and a lovely platonic relationship. It’s about two years old now, and it’s in the “slightly edited, but still needs a lot of work” phase. So this Break, I’m planning to edit for 30 mins (or more) every day.
Because here’s something that NaNoWriMo taught me: writing projects work the best with consistent love. So I’m pledging to write/edit 30 minutes every day that I am physically able to. I want to finish this book. I want this story to get out into the world. I want to give it the time and love it deserves. And I have the time to now, so I just have to make myself do it.
2. Blog More
The end of the semester was a bit crazy, and I didn’t have the time or energy to put into this lovely new blog I have here. But no longer! I have free time, and I’ll be working on a novel every day, so I will have lots to say (hopefully). I love blogging, and I really do feel like it helps keep me accountable to write more regularly. So stick around, follow this blog, and you’ll probably hear from me once or twice a week. YAY!
3. Read ALL THE BOOKS!
Good writers are good readers. I have a TBR pile that’s a mile long, and I’ve been slacking on my reading lately (again, exams don’t give much time to read). Like this one famous writer dude said, writers need to read.
// If I don’t see you all until the new year, I hope your holidays are full of joy and happiness. //