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Monday
Aug162010

Wordcount Challenge Check-in + Writing Goal Round-Up

 

Haven't heard of the Inkygirl Wordcount Challenge? The goal of this challenge is to help provide goal-oriented inspiration, with flexibility to avoid giving up in frustration. Please click on any of the buttons above for more info.

For added motivation, here are a few useful posts I've found online about setting writing goals:

What Are Your Goals For Writing? - by Joanna Penn

Setting Effective Writing Goals - by Moira Allen

Setting Goals For Your Writing Career - by Lee Masterson

Five-Step Plan To Setting & Achieving Goals For Your Freelance Writing Career - by Jennifer Mattern

Five Steps To Goal Setting (writing nonfiction) - by Jennifer Minar

So how did you all do this past week? And what are your current writing goals?

Good luck with your writing, all!



Reader Comments (4)

I'm doing really good about writing at least five days a week, at a pace of about 2.5K-5K - but for some reason there are always two days that just escape me. *sigh* Oh well! I'm still making good progress. :D

August 16, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterCid

This is fabulous! Thanks, Debbie!

Martina

At least my wordcount wasn't completely non-existent last week, despite being away from home. Now I'm trying to fit writing into catching up. So many distractions, but the stories did a good job of growing in my head while I was driving.

August 16, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSheila Deeth

I haven't checked in in a while, but I've kept to 1000 words (or more) a day for six weeks now. Some days it's easier than others, but overall I'm really happy with my progress on the book I'm writing. Plodding along...

August 16, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterRebecca H

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