They’re saying the world might end tomorrow – in which case this will be my last blog. It doesn’t feel like my last blog, so I choose to side with the sceptics. In which case, a fresh, new year is approaching and I thought I’d share my top ten New Year Writing Resolutions with you. If you can, I’d love you to do the same. Hopefully, we shall inspire each other.
WRITING RESOLUTIONS 2013
1. Unplug kettle. In fact, get rid of it altogether, it’s an unhealthy distraction.
2. Stop using Thesaurus on first draft – and stop referring to it as a The-o-saurus.
3. Colons: stop using them.
4. Rouse from coma when not writing.
5. Tweet no more than three times per day. Stop checking Follower stats.
6. Read more, write more, drink less wine.
7. Get novel published before I die or the world ends – whichever comes first.
8. Write first draft for me, subsequent drafts for you.
9. Clean house at least once per month.
10. Learn, evolve, enjoy.
What are yours (writing or otherwise)?
I shall be spending time with my novel after Christmas, far from Twitter and my blog, immersed in the wilderness with the kookaburras and koalas. Hopefully, I shall draw inspiration from my surroundings and finish my book. Look forward to catching up in the New Year!
Happy Writing and Merry Christmas.