What Are Your New Year’s Resolutions?

you know you want more bob hammondThat dreaded time is upon us. Do you have any New Year’s resolutions? Are they about writing? Education? Weight loss? Donating to Indies Unlimited? Ha ha. We’re such kidders, aren’t we?

Go ahead and let us know what your resolution is by writing it below.  Please keep it short so everyone has room. Bob Hammond stopped by and agreed to give us his as an example for you:

I’m going to share more this year by generating a whole new line of Bob Hammond items for indies. You’re welcome.

We wish you every success in 2016.

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14 thoughts on “What Are Your New Year’s Resolutions?”

  1. The man’s an idiot. Whenever I think of all the books he sells, I just get mad.
    My resolution is to be as unlike Bob Hammond as possible and still sell a ton of books, just to spite him.
    I’m not sure how, but I’m working on it.

  2. Since I ALWAYS break my New Year’s resolution, I will not submit to “Comment” for your opprobrium. Yeah, right!

  3. “Resolutions? ME?! Just what are you implying? That I need to change? Well, Buddy, as far as I’m concerned, I’m perfect the way I am!”
    -Calvin (Calvin & Hobbs)

  4. Hi! This is a serious resolution. I plan to find at least two markets to submit to every week. What that boils down to is that I get all these emails like Indies unlimited, and I get writers digest and some other market listings, so I will pick one Saturday and one Sunday, write something or find something in my slush pile, and submit it. Two submissions a week is over 100 a year and I’m sure I will sell a few articles, stories, or essays.

  5. Every year I make resolutions to write X amount of short stories, finish that novel, work on a series, publish a collection, etc. And every year, I fall short. This year, my resolution is simple – write for at least 30 minutes every day. At my typing speed, that’ll give me at least 185k new words, which should be more than enough to finish something.

  6. My resolution is to have more focus on my writing than last year. This should be easy since last year was very unproductive.

  7. Oh, fine. Here are the ones I actually plan to do:

    Edit and publish Pipe Woman’s Legacy 3.
    Write, edit, and publish the Pipe Woman’s Legacy 4.
    Pull all Legacy books together into an omnibus.
    Come up with an idea for another novel project for the back half of the year.

    Here are the ones I ought to do:
    Get better at marketing.
    Get better at marketing.
    Set up one of my books as a freebie for signing up for my newsletter.
    Did I mention marketing? 🙁

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