Do You Have Goals – August Edition

And now July is gone.  Because I’m planning to make some of my Christmas gifts this year, I did the week countdown, and sixteen doesn’t seem like a lot.  Time is going so fast.

It’s the last Friday of the month, and that means it’s time for Misha and Beth’s Do You Have a Goal Blog Hop, where bloggers share their monthly goals.  The hop is hosted by Misha Gericke and Beth Fred.  Click the links and you’ll find an awesome blog hop to join and some great people to follow.

Let’s see how I did for July –

  • Launch my Patreon – Did not happen.  I pushed back the deadline to September 5th to give myself more time to get things ready.  If you’re not familiar with Patreon, just click the link to check it out.  It’s a bit like an ongoing kickstarter.
  • Post at least three times a week – I actually achieved this one!  This will be my thirteenth post for the month of July.
  • Set up my mailing list – Done and done. Feel free to sign up to get blog posts, updates, and extra goodies straight to your inbox :-)
  • Enjoy the heck of my beach vacation – I definitely managed this one.  Bear enjoyed the air-conditioned beach house and Bunny loved throwing sand and splashing in the ocean.

Goals for August –

Launch my Patreon – Round 2, and with any luck it will go live this time.  The launch will start August 28th.

Post at least four times a week – If July was doable, August must be.  That will be 16 posts for the month.

Complete the revision on Cats at Midnight – I’m over halfway done, and I can’t wait to see how it comes out.

Complete the first draft of Cry of the Hawk – Hawk is coming on rapidly now, and I’m so excited with the surprises that have come up in the draft.  A new character, some new twists.  Can’t wait to see what this novel throws at me for the end.

Good luck to my fellow Goal Blog Hoppers, and to everyone striving to meet their goals this month.  Sound off in the comments and share you own goals.  


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