November was a weird month. Mother nature got confused again. It snowed then rained, got up to 50 degrees. It's kind of annoying because at this point everyone just wants the snow to come and stay. Flip-flopping is annoying because the roads can be more dangerous as a result.
October dragged for me. Normally, I'm wondering how the month blew by, but not this time. Probably because I was waiting for Halloween and Trick-or-Treat Reads, and in November, I have a craft show each weekend and two in December. I'm very eager to see how they go and hoping to sell a lot at all of them. (Cross your fingers for me.)
How on earth is it already October? WHERE DID THE YEAR GO??????
Ack! I'm late for my writing goals this month. I didn't forget, but time did get away from me and I wasn't going to worry about blogging Monday because it was a holiday here in the states.
I know I said I was glad June is over, but now I'm glad July is over. It ended up not being a calmer month. No, I didn't have to travel, but hubby came home one day with the news he might lose his job at the end of the month and we had to deal with that. Fortunately, his job got the project he was on back and he's at work again, but we had a tense two weeks with no idea if we would have to move and find new jobs.
I'm so glad June is over with. It was a busy month and none of that business was writing related. Which means I didn't do well on my goals. The only ones I managed was the monthly promo plan, I went through most of MJ's notes on Mistakes (I say most because I decided to rewrite the ending so there wasn't much point in going over that part of her notes,) I'm halfway through Hell Comes to Hogtown, and I had a few weeks I got all 5 days of exercising.
May was a nice break for me. I didn't worry (much) about writing or blogging. It was nice to relax and not stress like I do. I often worry that I suck at writing or I'll never sell another book or where to spend my money on advertising or how to find readers.
I am glad April is over. It was an exhausting month (not because of the challenge though.)
March was a cold month. I swear, I am over the snow and cold. Spring can come any day now. Since it was cold, that meant I spent a lot of time in front of my computer writing, right? Well....
I'm not going to lie, I kept forgetting to think up monthly goals in January and February. But given how crazy the day job has been with catering and my book release, I'm not sure I would have done too well on any goals. I got home and crashed the rest of the day. The most I managed was to read and finish some books. But March is here and it's time to stop forgetting about setting goals for the month.
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