Obviously, being the author of a novel is something you’ve dreamed about.
But it’s not enough to dream about it—you’ve got to set goals and deadlines for yourself if you truly want to get it done.
In this series of blog posts, we’ll be laying out what we intend to do over the next year. There’s something about declaring your goals—and letting others see them—that makes you much more likely to achieve them.
This is the can-do attitude we bring to our writing at ChapterBuzz, our platform that helps you write a book while building your audience. (We’d love for you to join us if you’re serious about your upcoming—or ongoing—writing adventure.)
As for your goals:
What would you like to achieve in 2022?
I asked this question yesterday, and here are few of the responses:
“I’m now working on my next book for 2022, which will be a compilation of poetry, as well, along with fiction short stories.”
“I am in the process of writing one novel and editing another, so in 2022 I would like to complete both of these …”
“My goal for 2022 is to start really pulling together my novel ideas and begin researching!”
How about you? Comment below with your biggest writing goal for 2022. Are there any obstacles that stand in your way?