A Toast to the Writing Resolution Blog Hop Ball
I've been waiting to attend this ball all year, and now here it is…the perfect spot to slip in another Top Ten list, and call it my writing resolutions.
Before …oh boy…I get started, please know that Meg Waite-Clayton at 1stbooks is hosting the blogger ball. All the rules can be found (and followed) by clicking the icon pic in my caption, which also should be your caption as well. But before you get to clicking, here are my writing resolutions going into the New Year.
1. I'm going to try to write a serious post for every 10 or so quirky posts.
…which 2) already has commenced, as I squeeze my last active 'serious cell,' bone scraping dry working on a proposal, and tightening up a business plan that (to me) already looks too tight.
3. I'm going to SLOW down on the novel writing
to… 4) spend time on more business writing as OSAAT Entertainment celebrates a significant shift in its structure.
5. This should allow me more time for social writing, such as commenting on other blogs and social circles, without the ice packs covering my eyes.
because 6) my biggest resolution is to work with some very passionate writers, and artists.
And 7) to figure out something I can write for children.
8. But…but…if I do end up writing another novel, something like the way this last one *Lock Box* accidentally slipped out of me, I'm going to write so squeaky clean that readers will think it is a mystery, even if it is a book of my favorite recipes.
And if for whatever reason, I slip off my resolution wagon…and this would be 9) …then I will pinch myself for each gaffe the way my mother used to do when she was angry with me.
And 10) if that pinch doesn't work, then let me write right now, I hope everyone enjoys this Blog Hop ball, and that you know I have nothing but love for you all.