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It’s that time of year again. Writers everywhere reflect on what they’ve accomplished in the past 12 months and begin to set their goals for the next 12. As you finish calculating your total word count and acceptance ratio from 2014, here are some things to think about for the next year.
It’s obviously important to have some writing goals. If you just sit at a computer once in awhile and pound on your keyboard until something that looks like a story, poem, or novel appears on the screen, then you aren’t really a writer. You need to have some type of direction or plan if you ever want to get something accomplished. However, many of the writing “resolutions” we set for ourselves simply don’t work for us.
Our society is obsessed with setting resolutions for the upcoming year. It’s a chance to start over and become better versions of…
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