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2019 goals

Inspired by Liminal Pages, I’ve decided to set myself some goals for 2019. I’ve already looked back at my year in my previous posts Pushing Towards the End of the Year and A Whirlwind Year. However, I haven’t yet thought about my personal goals for 2019.

1. Keep writing

I’d love to be able to write a couple more short stories and get started on a big new project. Wouldn’t mind getting back to writing some poetry too.

2. Get submitting

As above, it would be great to publish my second short story as well as submitting to magazines and indie presses.

3. Get healthy

I say it every year, but I really must. I know what I need to do, just do it.

4. Freelancing

I’d like to acquire a couple more regular clients to complement the one I have now. I’m only freelancing PT along with my PT publishing role, but I still have space for one or two more regular clients.

5. Honing publishing skills

With the PT publishing role, I want to be able to learn more so I can offer more, and this will help with my freelancing too.

6. More events & talks

There are a couple coming up relating to Virginia Woolf in Richmond and I’d like to do more, as well as more networking within Byte the Book and SfEP.

7. Further training

Possibly one or two courses this year, maybe through SfEP.

So there we have it for now. Thanks to Liminal Pages for helping me to actually write some goals. They might not be the best worded, or easily measured, but I know what I mean!

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