What will 2010 be remembered for? Recessions? Job Loss? History will one day tell us, but I don’t think we need to wait to say people are eager to leave 2010 behind and greet the new year.
With New Year’s eve comes the inevitable question of a resolution.
What is it that we want to accomplish in the new year? What challenges do we want to set for ourselves.
This usually results in the banal answers of “lose weight,” “exercise more,” “eat a healthier diet,” etc.
Like most other authors, my goal this year is to write better, to increase my writing output and complete my novel.
But I also want to do something different.
So here’s my plan. I will finish the first draft of The Veil by the end of February. My edits on The Veil will be completed by the end of August.
But during the editing phase, I want to work on something new and different. I want to create more of a multimedia work, something that combines words and imagery. Do I know what it will be? Nope. I just have the desire to branch out and do something different. My intention is to also use this website as the place where that work is published.
Of course, I have all the other resolutions to do as well. I need to lose weight, eat better and get exercising.
What are some of your resolutions?
What do you hope 2011 has to offer you?
And most importantly, do you think you’ll accomplish your resolutions?