marycatelli (marycatelli) wrote,

reflections on resolutions

I resolved to do three writerly things this month:

  1. revise my NaNo type-up novel to ready it for my writers' group
  2. revise a novelette for publication
  3. finish the longhand version of a novel
And then the whole thing got derailed when I got ideas to submit to two anthologies -- one I needed to revise a story for, one I needed to write a story for.

Both stories got out. NaNo got typed up. The longhand novel is not quite done. And the novelette is like pulling nails.

So for February:
  1. Finish the longhand novel
  2. Revise a short novel to ready it for the group
  3. Revise a short story, also for the group
  4. finish an outline I've begun

  • a bee, a wolf, a duck. . . .

    Once yesterday's love interest introduced herself, her part of the story fell together. So I could consider the important part of the story, where…

  • Enter a love interest. Later, enter another

    Was poking at the outline to see if it really was stymied at the point. (Long journey, got to put some filigree in there, but not enough to…

  • ah parents

    Revising along. Hit a passage where the heroine remembers, with some resentment, how her parents had forced her to submit to an unjust demand from…

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