Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Writing Pledges for 2008

By Sara, member of Brand New Aspiring Writers at Yahoo Groups.

What is on your writing agenda this year? Do you plan to finish your first novel? Seek out an agent? Submit a short story or poem to a contest? Finally jump in and do NaNoWriMo?

For me I plan to start a new novel, to write a poem a week, and to grow my poetry community, Poets Who Blog, into something even grander than it is right now. I feel a little overwhelmed already. And it is what.....10 hours into the New Year? LOL.

Want do you want to get accomplished in 2008 where your writing is concerned?

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Do I leave it here? hope so, cause I'm going to . . .

me and my partner shall work together and finally get our novel finished. She will work on her poetry, and I on my short stories, and blogs.

J said...

I'm going to finish some sort of fiction project... (I have no follow through.)

I'd also like to manage at least a poem a week.

JM said...

My plan is to finish my current women's fic in progress and make a grand new start on my fantasy novel.

The Wandering Author said...

I hope to start a new novel, finish editing my steampunk novel, and polish up at least most of my short stories.

Sassy Lucy said...

Wow, my plan s to work on learning more about the dynamics of writing so I can apply them to my writing...goals are to finish my NaNoWriMo novel, write weekly based on prompts, and learn more about myself through the exploration of my writing talent which I had let lay dormant for a few years while I played the mom role.

Schuyler Thorpe said...

I plan on finishing a few projects this year--just like last year. :0)

janetleigh said...

I plan on finishing my 37th book of poetry, fly my NetJet 3 times around the world, go skiing while on assignment/interviewing Brad Pitt, break-in 5 Arabian horses, finish the damn deep sea diving reqs, win Daytona 500, and last but not least, I plan on stop lying..;>

Good luck to you all in your new year endeavors. My real plan is to read my backlog of Funny Times ragazine..heh heh

Moondreamer said...

I am going to continue research into the Family in the 21st Century and use it to write, erm ... something! (Articles maybe, my blogs definitely.)

I am going to finish developing and launch (is that the right word?) my student parent website.

I am going to write a non-fiction book and submit one article a month (somewhere?) I write them but never do anything with them!

Good luck in all your endeavours, I hope 2008 will be a positive year for all of us.

Love the picture, Shuyler, being a moondreaming soul and all! :o)

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