Writing Goals 2017

Since 2005, writers have been sending in their writing goals and receiving monthly reminders to meet those goals.

After reading these goals and those submitted in

2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016,

consider submitting your own via the form at writing goals.

I am starting with my own.

Audrey Owen's writing goals

To collect the graphics and the permission to use them needed for my next book by June.

--Audrey Owen, Gibsons, BC

Bridget Ryan's writing goals

To finish 3 kids books. 

  • One Long Dog, 
  • Treena the good dog
  • Ella and Scotty

To create a Farm Animal Colouring book

Poems and Paintings.

--Bridget Ryan, Erin, Ontario


Robin Staley's writing goals

 My goal is to write a short story for children and get it  published by  May 15.

--Robin Staley, St Charles, Missouri, USA

J. Davis's writing goals

My Goal for 2017 is to actually finish something. I have several projects that I have started, each pulling me in a different direction.

I am overwhelmed as I browse my hard drive. There are project folders I started seven years ago. 

This year I want to focus on one. I want to finish one. Even if it sucks, I need to prove to myself that I can close.

--J. Davis, Georgetown, KY, USA

Jean Nidson's writing goals

 It's a story about fiance family and unfaithful life.

--Jean Nidson, West Palm Beach, FL, USA

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This is Jack Popjes and one of his published books. He and I worked on multiple projects. He's  met many goals.

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