Check In – Share: Set Goals

First week of the New Year Set Goals and Evaluate: It’s Check In And Share Day, Positive  and Great Thoughts.

Set Your Goals for the week, month and year: Check In and share what you did this week: Positive & Great Thoughts only.

#Check In and Share Day

Time to pay the piper! How did you do? How much did you write? Did words explode on your WIP? Check In and share something positive from your week.

This is the Rogue Phoenix Press weekly Check In. Every Sunday we encourage our authors and visitors to let us know how their writing is going.

How well are you doing?

Had problems this week? That’s ok. Just sit down this coming week and write. Whatever you do, don’t let difficulties from the week before get in your way this week.

Every word is one word closer to the finished product.

Please share your accomplishments in the comment section.

Be sure to use this post to set a goal for the week then try to accomplish that goal.

Promotions: Check in and Share how you promoted your book

There are many ways to promote your books.

  1. Share with your promotion group of family, friends and fans
  2. Tweet: If you don’t have a twitter account, it’s easy to set one up.
  3. Instagram: refer to earlier post.
  4. Pinterest: refer to earlier post.
  5. Goodreads: refer to earlier post.
  6. Build your email list: refer to earlier post.
  7. Add your author profile to Book Bub
  8. If you know other ways to promote please share in the comment section.

Outlines and Character building: Check in and Share

Maybe you didn’t add words to your WIP, but developed your book.

How are your characters developing? Check out the character development articles on my personal blog.

What are your goals for the New Year? Don’t forget to set some.

Tell us what you did in the comment section.

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8 responses to “Check In – Share: Set Goals”

  1. Ruth Danes says:

    Now the festive period is over, I have re-started writing my new novel which is a spin-off to a trilogy I completed last year. I am nearly 10,000 words in. I think the finished work will be around 100,000 words so I am 10% of the way there!

  2. Nancy Dafoe says:

    Starting the New Year with a new reading engagement, meeting with a professor to discuss coming to his class to talk about writing, and working on a new mystery. Also, I’m trying to stay warm. In the Northeast, we’re socked in with bitter cold and tons of snow, so venturing out is always interesting. Fortunately, this gives me time to work on my writing. I’m working on a new mystery, really a ghost story. I’m also writing a fable (which I have never written before but the material demanded the form). I will be starting the third book in the Vena Goodwin series soon. Of course, I’m also writing my blogs (both the writing blog and a political blog on separate sites). I entered my novel You Enter a Room on BookBub and am expanding my email list.

  3. Chris Young says:

    Yes, starting into the new year with goals set. Working on the 8th book in the Twelve Dancing Princess series. I’m about half way. Writing the blurb for Sweet Surrender and deciding on an excerpt. Looking forward to lots of releases in 2018.

  4. Genene says:

    I’m wrapping up several promotional giveaways today for the prequel to my Bernie’s Legacy series. Next up is formatting book 1 of that series for print. I also continue to work on the second book of my Collie Chronicles series.

    Nice to hear progress from others. Nancy, my thoughts are with you and everyone who is caught in the bitter cold, but love that you see it as an opportunity to write!

  5. Keep up the great work everyone. Looking forward to all your inspiration..

  6. In 2018 I’ll complete Whispers of Death, a suspense thriller touching paranormal. I’m about thirty percent into the novel(30,000 word words). I’ll continue writing short stories and submit them to magazines and contests. I plan on reading about ten novels by RPP authors and complete a review. Good luck to all RPP authors in 2018.

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