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Max from Texas is reading goosebumps December 5, 2017 - 7:38pm

The end of this terrible, stupid fucking year is almost done, which means beginning next month life will be wonderful and fun again, right? Maybe. Probably not. Regardless, it's a good time to set new goals as a writer. I was curious...

What are your writing goals for 2018?

What do you hope to do more of? What do you hope to do less of?

What are your recent fears, concerns, etc., about writing and anything else?

What is the one book you want to read in 2018 you've always wanted to but for whatever reason haven't gotten around to it yet?

What new book coming out in 2018 are you most looking forward to?

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helpfulsnowman from Colorado is reading But What If We're Wrong? by Chuck Klosterman December 7, 2017 - 12:21am

Goals: Finish a book I'm working on. Get another one I've finished published.

Do more of: I wanna read through all the damn books I've bought.

Do less of: FB/Twitter, all that stuff. There's really not much joy or fulfillment in it for me these days.

Fears/Concerns about writing: That I'll never find a group of other writers who I really like and get to see in-person often.

The one book for 2018: I'm gonna cheat this one a little. There's a local dude, super nice guy, wrote a few books of poetry. I just found out he died last summer. So I want to read a good chunk of his stuff.

New 2018 book: Adjustment Bureau by Chuck Palahniuk. What can I say, I'm a die-hard.