Goal!

January 1st 2015

Well, hello 2015. You sure snuck up on me. In the excitement surrounding Hanukkah and Christmas and New Years, I haven’t had much time to catch my breath. And even though my husband has been off for two weeks, I haven’t made much time to write either. Shame on me. I think I need him to go back to work; I definitely need the kids to go back to school, and then I can find my groove again. Right now, my mind is still on vacation.

I’m feeling a little anxious about the new year because I’m itchy to get moving on my projects. 2014 was an amazing year. I had a baby in my car and published my debut novel. That’s crazy. But I’m ready to produce more (books, not babies). I’m revising a novella and I’d like to finish a long overdue draft of a YA mystery AND start the next one in the series. I want to self-publish this year and I’d like to have the first two books in the series done by 2015’s end. For that to happen, I have to change some bad habits (log off Facebook for one thing) and set aside time at night to work. I need to be more efficient.

Happy New Year!

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6 comments on “Goal!

  1. Jill

    “I had a baby in my car and published my debut novel” – that’s gonna be hard to beat next year. 🙂 But looking forward to keeping up with your self-pubbing journey!

  2. Dianne Salerni

    You had your baby in the car?!
    I didn’t know that.
    This makes two people I know who had a baby in their car.

    Luckily (?) none of my babies came out that easily. A doctor had to go in and get them.

    Here’s to a productive and fruitful (writing-wise) 2015 for the both of us!

    1. Kimberly G. Giarratano Post author

      Oh yeah. She was born in the trunk of my minivan, caught by her daddy. Easiest labor of all my kids and we were both fine. Ambulance came shortly after and were transported to the hospital. It was in the paper and everything.

      Thanks for your good wishes! Looking forward to the Inquisitor’s Mark.

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