Plans for Writing

Plans for writing:

  1. Read a shed-load of books on Creative Writing (done)
  2. Start a blog to showcase my writing (done)
  3. Write a novel with NaNoWriMo (done)
  4. Write something every day for an extended period of time
  5. Write another novel with NaNoWriMo (done)
  6. Join and attend writing groups in the local area (done)
  7. Publish a book on Amazon for the experience (done)
  8. Join online writing groups and submit my writing (done)
  9. Start a Masters in Creative Writing (done)
  10. Start a Meetups Group in the local area (pending)
  11. Collate my Writing Tips into a book and sell it (pending)
  12. Offer a Creative Writing module to current retreats (pending)
  13. Deliver a physical short course in Creative Writing (planned)
  14. Set up a MOOC based on material from the physical short course (planned)
  15. Compile the material from the MOOC and short course into a book (planned)
  16. Start an online Writing Group based in the north of UK for mutual support (planned)
  17. Complete editing on my two novels and release them (planned)
  18. Organise residential writing retreats in England and abroad (planned)
  19. Finish the MA in Creative Writing and release the resulting novel (planned)
  20. Once these are done I can start to get serious about my writing (planned).
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    • In terms of planning to publish my work – it took me 2 years to get around to it. In terms of actually publishing, it was incredibly easy – 2 hours, tops. It’s just a matter of putting a cover together, formatting the text as directed and uploading the files to Amazon. In terms of the money I make – that is going well too – some months I make as much as £6.43! 🙂
      Thanks for your comments, Sebastyan (are you sure you got the spelling right there (joke)) – most appreciated.
      Kindness – Robert.

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      • I’m glad to hear the actual process isn’t to much of a quagmire!
        £6.43! SUCH WEALTH! xD
        Alas – my parents, deciding that Sebastian was too mainstream, decided to add a ‘Y’.

        Don’t ask me…. whY!

        Get it!? HAHA okayI’llseemyselfout.

        ^_^
        – Seb

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  1. Sounds good. I’ll follow you so I can see how you are doing. Who knows, I might a couple of those planned things…
    Oh, and don’t forget to write! That’s why you started/planned all this, wasn’t it?
    🙂
    Success!
    M.

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