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Writing Goals Again

Despite my claims to the contrary, I think I must be slightly OCD. What Ralene described in her post about the crispness of beginnings, and liking to start new things at the beginning of the week/month/year…that’s totally me. It bothers me to start something new in the middle of a week, especially.
Or maybe that’s my own special brand of procrastination. Yeeeeah, I might go with that one… ;)
Anyway, here are my writing goals for the year:
* edit and send to publishers both Forged Steel and my co-authored steampunk novel Falls the Shadow.
* work more on my Underworld Mythos series, especially finishing and editing Book 2, Burnt Silver.
* work on a series of stories for a new steampunk world…I have a cool plan for these, if it works out.
*Work on getting my personal blog up and going, as well as a few other marketing-type things. This is pretty low on my list since I don’t really have anything to buy, and therefore nothing to market, but I want the groundwork done for when I do start publishing stuff.
Here’s wishing everyone good luck in this new year!

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About H. A. Titus

H. A. Titus, a self-admitted word nerd, lives on the shores of Lake Superior with her meteorologist husband. She lives most of the day in an imaginary land or with her nose stuck in a book. Occasionally her husband manages to pull her into the real world long enough for an exciting adventure such as jetskiing or snowmobiling. She began writing at age 8. At age 12, she discovered The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, became a fantasy nerd, and never looked back. She writes stories set in fantasy, science fiction, urban fantasy, and steampunk worlds. H. A. Titus is currently rewriting/editing her fantasy novel, Half Blood, as well as working on numerous novellas in science fantasy and urban fantasy genres.

One comment on “Writing Goals Again

  1. It’s great to have goals! Here’s to moving forward into the new year with others of like mind. I’m so thankful that 2013 brought me into contact with so many fellow believers that enjoy (and write) speculative fiction.

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