May 3, 2009

Writing Goal Week #17

Ok, I know I've been lax in reporting my weekly writing goals, but I think that I've been a bit consumed by Writing Goal Week #14, in which I accepted the challenge of writing one poem per day based upon prompts posted at Poetic Asides.

I now have 30 poem drafts to work from for the month of May. While I didn't write each day, I did make up days I missed by sometimes writing between 2-4 poems in one day. This is a huge accomplishment for me. I did post these rough drafts as part of my tribute to National Poetry Month; I hope you enjoyed them.

So, for Writing Goal Week #17,

I will work on these 30 drafts to polish them for submission. If I happen to work on new poems that will be great as well.

What goals have you set for yourself or achieved?

***Giveaway Reminders***

5 Joanna Scott, author of Follow Me, books giveaway, here; Deadline May 4, 11:59 PM EST.

Giveaway for Eleanor Bluestein's Tea & Other Ayama Na Tales short story collection, here; Deadline is May 6, 2009, 11:59 PM EST.

1 copy of Rubber Side Down Edited by Jose Gouveia, here; Deadline is May 15 at 11:59 PM EST

7 comments:

Nymeth said...

Congrats on your achievement, Serena! And good luck with the next phase.

Sandy Nawrot said...

The only goal I have is to review what I read! This is pretty lofty for me! You, however, rock. I truly hope these wonderful poems you have crafted get published!

Serena said...

Nymeth: Thanks. I hope it goes well.

Sandy: Only time will tell.

Marie said...

Good for you, that's awesome!!

Carolyn Crane (aka Carolyn Jean) said...

Good goal! It sounds like you had a productive month. My goal: get to novel writing earlier in the morning this month. I always get more done when I start earlier, and save my freelance work for later.

Serena said...

Nymeth: Thanks for the well wishes.

Sandy: I think you can meet your goal and review all that you read...If anna can do it, so can you.

Marie: Thanks. I'll keep everyone posted.

Carolyn: I feel the same way about starting earlier and getting more things done as well.

Anna said...

Congrats on finishing the challenge and good luck with this week's goal.

--Anna
Diary of an Eccentric