Guest post: “Setting Effective Writing Goals” by Renee Carter Hall

For any writers among my blog readers, here’s another guest blog post written for the Furry Writers’ Guild, appropriate for a new year…

Furry Writers’ Guild

Setting Effective Writing Goals

by Renee Carter Hall

For many of us, a new year brings a feeling of a fresh start — a blank slate ready for new habits, new goals, and new accomplishments to celebrate. But after the novelty wears off and all the responsibilities, obligations, and distractions of day-to-day life rush back in, it’s easy for writing to get pushed back to the bottom of the to-do list. Here are a few tips to help you set goals that won’t set you up for disappointment.

1. Consider what you really want. That may sound obvious, but it’s easy to accept other people’s ideas of goals instead of your own. Do you want to write the first draft of a novel to challenge yourself, or because everyone else in your writing group is working on a novel instead of short stories? Consider, also, whether you want to set…

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