My Writer’s Resolutions for this Month or Year

My Writer’s Resolutions for this Month or Year

For the writers who are building their names, click on the title-bar of this post to get the comment box.  Tell the world what your resolutions are for this month or year.

Copy what you have written, then paste that into your own blog and to my other blog post at


Teresa LeYung Ryan

Writing Career Coach Teresa says: “Reach out, not stress out, when building your writer’s name/platform.”

Build My Name, Beat the Game: 22 Days to Identify & Develop My Writer’s Platform to Attract Agents, Acquisition Editors, Publishers, Readers, and Media Attention


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4 Responses to “My Writer’s Resolutions for this Month or Year”

  1. Kimber Says:

    Writing Resolutions for 2011:
    1) Keep beating the bushes for an agent/publisher who is as excited about Finding Fullness as I am.
    2) Revise the manuscript until it sparkles.
    3) Complete the Love Your Body Book on my blog, one blog post at a time, 3-4 times a week!
    4) Get the word out and hone my writing by blogging for other sites as well.
    5) Self-publish Finding Fullness if necessary.
    6) Share the Love Your Body message with more people everywhere, through workshops and website.
    7) Collaborate with folks who are doing great work around the same issues.

  2. cherylberrypresents Says:

    Writing Resolutions for October – December, 2012

    1. Complete edits on Ch 15-32 of manuscript
    2. Submit edited manuscript to next round of manuscript reviewers
    3. Post to new blog weekly
    4. Submit manuscript for professional editing
    5. Get approval on glacier image usage from GH
    6. Craft 5-7 minute speaking modules for book promotion at service clubs
    7. Update website text

  3. Laura Hedgecock Says:

    Resolutions for Treasure Chest of Memories
    1. Follow platform building advice, implementing through
    2.Study competition and clearly articulate why my book is fresh and what I offer readers that others don’t.
    3. Study market and make decision about self-publishing vs. small house publishing.
    4.Join or start a critique group.

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