Happy 2015, lovelies! I hope you all had a wonderful New Year. Mine was quiet. We drove back the length of the country yesterday from Aberdeen, where we spent ten days with Neil’s family. As lovely as it is to catch up with loved ones, we’re glad to be home. The flu left me bedridden for most of the holiday, and Neil was still recovering from his bout. Not exactly the ideal foundation for festivities, but we tried to make the best of it.
Now we are home, I am ready to get started on all my grand plans for 2015. But first, I want to share my writing plan.
Back in August 2013, I stumbled across Marissa Meyer’s post on Business Plans for Writers. A business plan gives direction and focus, and a chance for writers to challenge themselves. Being goal-orientated, the idea of creating a business plan made so much sense to me, and I started work on mine straight away. I have referred back to the post many times, and really recommend it—this time of year particularly.
And so, my writing plan for 2015:
- Draft Timekeeper
- Pu together a revision plan for Soulbound
- Complete a second draft of Soulbound
- Write another guest post for Publishing Crawl
- Read 52 books—one for every week
What are your writing goals for 2015?