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FOR AUTHORS 

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1. Clarity of Purpose

Clearly define your writing goals. Whether it's completing a novel, publishing a collection of short stories, or writing daily, having a clear purpose will guide your efforts.

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2. SMART Goals

Make your goals Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound. This framework ensures your objectives are well-defined and realistic.

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3. Break It Down

Divide larger writing projects into smaller, manageable tasks. This not only makes the goal seem less daunting but also provides a roadmap for progress.

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4. Consistent Writing Schedule

Establish a regular writing routine. Consistency is key, whether it's writing for a set amount of time each day or achieving a certain word count per week.

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5. Revision and       Editing Goals

Set aside specific time for revising and editing your work. This is as crucial as the initial writing process and contributes to the overall quality of your work.

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6. Feedback Seeking

Establish goals for seeking feedback on your writing. Whether it's joining a writing group, seeking beta readers, or engaging with an editor, constructive feedback is invaluable for growth.

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12. Celebrating Achievements

Establish goals for celebrating milestones, whether it's completing a first draft, getting published, or receiving positive feedback. Recognizing your achievements reinforces motivation and a sense of accomplishment.

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7. Learning Goals

Continuously seek to improve your writing skills. Set specific goals for reading writing craft books, attending workshops, or exploring new genres to expand your toolkit.

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8. Publication Goals

If your aim is to publish, set goals for submitting your work to literary agents, publishers, or literary magazines. Keep track of submissions and responses to stay motivated.

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11.Self-Care Goals

Acknowledge the importance of self-care in maintaining a healthy writing practice. Set goals for taking breaks, staying physically active, and nurturing your mental well-being.

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10. Balancing Creativity and Business

If writing is not just a hobby but a career, set goals for the business side of things—marketing, promotion, and building an author platform. Find a balance that allows for both creativity and strategic thinking.

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9. Networking Objectives

Build relationships within the writing community. Set goals for networking through social media, attending writing events, or joining online forums to connect with fellow authors and industry professionals.

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