Welcome to 2020, and another year of the Romance Weekly Blog Hop. This week, Elizabeth Schechter rather creatively asks:
“New Year, Who Dis?”
Obviously, she wants to know about our New Year’s plans and resolutions LOL! If you joined me from Clair Brett, welcome!
I’m not a big believer in New Year’s resolutions, or, to be honest, in any kind of goal setting. Most of my life I worked in a job that had firmly defined deadlines, so I am more used to working to a specific date than an overarching result.
That’s going to change this year. As of January 1, 2020, I am no longer working for anyone else – I am working for me. I’m focusing on my writing and trying to make this author gig pay for itself – and maybe a few other bills, too!
Here are a few of my goals and intentions (not resolutions) for this year:
I signed my first contract with a publisher in February 2012. Since then I’ve released seven books, which, considering I also had a full-time job and a busy family, I am very proud of. But those two things have also been excuses (reasonable ones, of course, but still excuses) for not doing more with my writing career. Well, now that all my children are grown and I no longer have another job, there are no excuses. 2020 is my year to see if I can do this thing I love and make it pay.
What about you? Do you have big goals this year? Let me know below (I'll be sure to reply to your comment). Then hop over to AJ Andersen Author and see what plans she has for 2020!
Mountain Fire is 99 cents for a limited time!
Later this month, Mountain Fire is moving to Kindle Unlimited. Right now, it is available for just 99 cents at all retailers. After January 15, it will no longer be available anywhere except Amazon, so if you haven't picked up your copy yet now is a great time to do so.
You can read an excerpt here, or all buylinks are here.
This was my first ever published book. When I re-published it in 2017, I added scenes and made a few minor revisions. I hope you enjoy it!