First, let me say…
2017 comes to an end this weekend. And it has been a doozy year of epic, history making proportions. For example, #MeToo, the fires on the west Coast. The devastation of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands after hurricane Irma and Maria. Black women being responsible for voting in Doug Jones, etc.
Before I begin this year’s countdown of popular blog posts on my blog, let’s first take a moment of silence….
Now which posts has made my top ten in 2017? Let’s start our countdown, from least to most views, with #10:
#RevPit and #SFFPit is over but there other twitter pitch parties this winter to look forward to. But why should you enter a pitch party when you’ve never gotten a like/heart before? Well there’s several reasons.
As Richard Bach once said, “A professional writer is an amateur who didn’t quit.” Becoming an author is not based on writing a book. There’s four facets of being an author: writing, marketing, promoting and publishing. And to publish you have to query. Continue reading
It’s the last week of NaNoWriMo which meant I had four days to make my goal and on top of a cold, too. Blech.
So how did I do? Let’s see.
How was everyone’s summer? Ready for back to school?
It’s been four months since my last tri-annual report. So how far have I come since April 2017? Hhmmm… I’m not the best judge of character since I’m leaning towards not much. What do you say?
Here’s what I’ve been able to accomplish and or fall by the wayside the past four months.
- Still awaiting notification from Feminine Collective magazine about the four poems I sent in June. Sent a submission status query and keeping fingers crossed.