Looking Forward 2014

02 Jan

With all the looking back, it’s time to look forward!

Blogging Goals
– Post one non-meme (IMWAYR and Celebrate This Week) post every two weeks
– Share more personal stuff (like original writing)
– Comment on every person’s reply on IMWAYR and Celebrate This Week posts directly or on their site
– Comment on at least 6 other sites in addition to the ones above weekly
– Increase site visits and comments
– Host a Book Giveaway

Reading Goals
-Start a Children’s Literature Book Club for Adults
-Attend a reading once a month
-Read local authors
-Read more poetry
-Participate in Everybody Reads and Oregon Reads
-Complete Agatha Christie Collection
-Reading Challenges- Agatha Christie, Virginia Lee Burton, Beatrix Potter, and E.B. White, plus The Chronicles of Narnia and The Hobbit
-Watch/Review The Book Thief and The Hobbit
-Read at least one book from new National Ambassador of Young People’s Literature- Kate DiCamillo
-Read one new release per month in Picture Book, Early Chapter, Middle Reader, YA, and Graphic Novel
-Read one new release per quarter in Adult Fiction and Adult Non-Fiction

Writing Goals
-Writers Retreat at Sylvia Beach Hotel
-Post an article on NerdyBookClub


3 responses to “Looking Forward 2014

  1. Elizabeth (Silver's Reviews)

    January 2, 2014 at 10:15 am

    That is an impressive list of goals!! Best of Luck!!!

    THANKS for sharing.

    Silver’s Reviews
    My Blog

  2. The Styling Librarian

    January 4, 2014 at 1:31 am

    Great goals, best of luck! 🙂

  3. cleopatralovesbooks

    January 4, 2014 at 11:07 am

    Wow that is a huge list of goals, Good Luck!


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