I never make resolutions for a new year because I know they’ll fall by the wayside very quickly. It’s the same way with to-do lists and schedules. The best I can do is set up a tentative guideline for future action, knowing that it will change over time, or even be forgotten, either entirely or in part. The guideline is meant to be a reminder more than anything else. There are projects that I would very much like to start, or finish, or at least see make some progress, and putting them down in a concrete form contributes to the possibility that I might actually reach some of my goals.
Here at the end of 2012 is a rough idea of how I want to spend the next year.
~~Concentrate on nonfiction — Complete as many fiction WIPs as possible, but don’t start any new ones.
~~Develop the first few ebooks of the Maverick Writer series to completion and publication.
~~Develop and write as many Squidoo lenses as possible, both for income and as part of writer’s platform.
~~Publish on Kobo Writing Life.
~~Work on book cover design