FEBRUARY CHECKPOINT

REVISITING OUR GOALS

My January blog was about setting goals for ourselves as writers. So…

Repeat after me:

This is the year I learn to write better than I’ve ever written before. 

It’s time to review our writing goals.  

Can we identify something we achieved during January, and perhaps something we didn’t do very well? What are we going to do about it?

Maybe some of our goals need adjusting.  After all we have to remain in the realms of the possible, the achievable.

Let’s make the time to reassess our targets, breaking them into manageable pieces, because…

This is the year I learn to write better than I’ve ever written before.

FOR BUDDING WRITERS

If one of your goals is to enter a creative writing competition, you might like these:

Writers and Artists Yearbook

Prize: An Arvon course of your choice

A story in no more than 2000 words

No set theme

FREE TO ENTER

Closing Date: Monday 13th February

https://www.writersandartists.co.uk/competitions

Writing Magazine

Haiku

No theme

Entry fee £5 , £3 for subscribers to Writing Magazine

Closing date: 15th March

https://www.writers-online.co.uk/writing-competitions/open-competitions/

Binsted Arts Festival Poetry Competition

Original unpublished poems

Theme: Harvest

Entry fee £5 for first poem, £3 for each subsequent poem

NB Entries need to be posted for this one.

http://www.binsted.org/poetry-comp-17

 

 

Frog: (determinedly)

I just said my goal was to build my confidence.

So, who thought this might help?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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