Okay, I have decided. What impossible goals have I set myself for 2019

I’m going to write a story a week, besides working on the novel. Yes, it’s insane, but I’ve been meaning to do this for years now, so why not? I waste a lot of time not writing, so I might as well use some of those lost hours.

Will I fail? That’s the whole point of stretch goals — get out of your comfort zone, and reach (or strain) for the stars.

Before I go, I need to let you know that I have set up some book signings and appearances for 2019. March and April have been set — I’m waiting to hear from the bookstore on the February signing. I’m excited to bring you Fog Season, and hope you are excited too.

Now I really have to go. The first week of January is almost over. I have a story to write. This is uncharted territory. Off I go!


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