Monday, January 20, 2020

Writing Goals for 2020

I'm a little late posting my 20's goals, but I was finishing off a stalled novel. Finally finished Angels Tread, the fourth and last volume of the Black Angel series.  At 60K words I didn't know where to take the story, but in the first weeks of 2020 I wrote another 15K to finish the story. Now I'm deciding what I want to accomplish this year.

I have several projects, one is to write the second volume of the Carolingian's series. Another is to change genres to a contemporary romance and to a 40s romance.  Whether I will or won't, I find it helps to have goals written down.

Another goal is to get some regular posts in my Rhobin's Garden blog. It's been a while. It might take a more environmental angle, though.

Other than those projects, I have some painting and other art projects to complete and some to start besides painting rooms.

1 comment:

  1. Wow! That was a good well-thought-out post. It is hard to be optimistic nowadays. It is true humans have faced extinction before and survived (probably way more than we know), but they didn't trash the environment as part of it. I have a writer-friend who set her story in the Ice Age. I thought that brought a lot of imagination into the story. It is hard to deal with all the technology, but it can help make a story more dramatic. I have been interested to read a lot of comments here and there (Facebook, etc.) about the PBS series Sanditon, and how the producers goofed on much of the manners and culture. Interestng how many people know that much about the era.