It’s February already. How did that happen. I still haven’t had time to think about a New Year’s resolution. Well, I guess I can still aim for 2016.
For most of us, the start of a new year is a time to think about what we want to achieve in the twelve months ahead or what we want from life in general, may it be losing weight, travel to a destination we always wanted to see, or finding more time for family, relationships, or for hobbies such as reading.
As you could see from our blog post about the New Year’s resolutions of our authors and from writers’ blogs all over the Internet, many writers set goals and make plans for the year ahead too. Finally finishing that book, getting published, winning a writing contest, or improving their writing skills are just some of the goals writers have.
Unfortunately, these are not goals that can be accomplished quickly or easily. But it can be done, especially with a little help.
So we’re glad to announce our first nonfiction book, Goal Setting for Writers by Sandra Gerth, whom many of you know under her pen name, Jae.
Goal Setting for Writers is the kind of book I’d have wished for years ago, when I didn’t know anything about writing and publishing and didn’t know where to look for guidance. In her book, Sandra takes writers by the hand and helps them set effective goals, break them down into small, manageable chunks, and accomplish their writing dreams through step-by-step action plans. This book gives writers a roadmap for how to write a novel or a nonfiction book, from initial idea to publication, providing numerous helpful resources along the way.
So if you’re a writer or want to accomplish important goals in 2015, stay tuned for the publication of Goal Setting for Writers in March!