My last blog post was about setting writing goals that you could actually keep. In the same way you take stock of your life at the end of one year and the beginning of another, I have been taking stock of The Writer’s Habit blog and site, and intend to set some goals accordingly.
In a broad sense, the concept and practice of The Writer’s Habit has always been the culmination of knowledge plus skill plus desire. I wanted this blog to highlight those aspects in the form of topics ranging from the craft of revision or storytelling to audience or purpose to dealing with writer’s block or rejection. As my tagline states: It’s not just about being a better writer. It’s about living a better life.
I’m not sure I’m achieving that, however. So I have ideas about what I want this blog and site to be moving forward.
But first, I want to hear from you.
What are you struggling with most as a writer and/or author?
What are you most interested in?
What, specifically, do you want from this blog and site?
What would keep you engaged?
I look forward to your responses. Thank you for being here.