I'm still waiting on feedback for Witherwilds, and not wanting to make headway on volume two, only to be told by betas that volume one needs serious work, I find myself musing on other projects. The mind's perennial favorite--my first book--has been in the forefront these past few days, and I've come up with some serious revision ideas.
This being the first year of Motherhood, I'm not setting myself any ambitious goals, writing or otherwise (unless one wants to count survival and raising a happy, healthy daughter as ambitious). However, I'm going to aim for two things to keep my storytelling self happy:
Write 100 words a day, 5 days a week;
and, inspired by asakiyume , I'm going to open one of my writing projects every day. Rereading prose and notes almost always leads to fiddling, and fiddling can lead to new words, or at least improved old ones...