Then the LORD replied: “Write down the revelation and make it plain on tablets so that a herald may run with it.~ Habakkuk 2:2
Hey everyone, the second week of the year. What’s the outlook? Did you write those goals down? I believe in writing my goals down and I do pretty good with that.
Normally by the beginning of the year I would tell my readers/followers what to expect. Well its the 10th and I haven’t done that…why? Fear of being held accountable because I have so much I want to get accomplished.
Tonight I’m writing it down and sharing and I hope you all keep me accountable.
If you don’t have time to write, you don’t have the time (or tools) to write~ Stephen King
With that being said. I decided to take part in a Goodreads reading challenge. I would read 36 books this year by the grace of God. I have three books down already. To take part or see the challenge click here
Right now I’m reading Never Say Never by Victoria Christopher Murray.
I have also committed to actively reviewing everything I read on my blog.Do you have a recommendation for me? Let me know.
This year I’m hard at work. I aim at pushing myself further while still committed to the best quality possible. For right now, this is what my calendar looks like #prayforme
Amarachi~ The Grace Of God.
A Fighting Chance, Book 1 of Sons of Ishmael Series Itohan & Osaro’s story
A Holiday Story. Not sure of the couple yet or the holiday 🙂
I have some lined up. Once they are set in stone I’ll share.
10 thoughts on “2014~ My Writing Goals”
Wonderful! I’m sure it will quickly become one of your favorites.
Great goals! Good Reads will be a good break. When I have multiple book projects going on… it’s only a matter of time before i completely burn out! A few good books is always a good cure.
Thank you! Yes those reading breaks will be my release. Hope I don’t get too caught up in them that I don’t write. When I grab a good book,I tend to go in…lol. Thanks again for stopping by.
Here’s hoping! 🙂 What are you planning to read while you take a breather?
Right now I’m reading Never Say Never by Victoria Christopher Murray…any recommendations…remember I’m a romantic 😉
Have you read Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers? It’s a modern day retelling of the book of Hosea. If you have never read it and want a challenging read, Lolita by Nabokov is good if you can get through the disturbing theme.
You are like the 100th person to recommend Redeeming Love so I have to get it! No disturbing themes..lol
Oh, yes. Then you should avoid Lolita! lol Lolita was very hard to get through. It’s considered a masterpiece as you probably know.. but it’s about a step dad infatuated with his young step daughter in very WRONG ways. It’s so believable that it took me a VERY long time to finish. It is indeed disturbing! Francine Rivers on the other hand… disturbing at first, I won’t lie. But so worth the rest of the story.
It’s in my wish cart on Amazon! Thanks!
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