9 Proven Ways to Achieve Your Writing Goals

Do you have personal writing goals for the year? Do you know whether your goals for writing are the right ones to make this year the most successful one yet?

You might wonder if you’re setting writing goals that are actually attainable.

What is required from a goal in order for it to help you succeed in reaching it?

If your past writing goals have turned to vapor, maybe you’re wondering what you’ve been missing.

In this article, we’ll show you how to set the best creative writing goals you’ve ever set in your life so that you can publish not just one book but a catalog of books.

If your main goal is to be an author,  why not become a prolific author who generates a passive income stream from a series of self-published books?

You can achieve this if you know how to set yourself up for success with your writing routine.

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ASP 39: Our Top 10 Self-Publishing Screw-Ups, and How to Avoid Them

Quote of the day:

“Success does not consist in never making mistakes, but in never making the same one a second time.”

– George Bernard Shaw

In this episode, Steve, Barrie, and Ron talk about 10 self-publishing mistakes they have made, why they made them, and how you can avoid making them yourself in the future. Learn from their past screw-ups so you can save yourself time, energy, and money.

(We’ll use David Letterman’s Top 10 list style to present our top 10 self-publishing screw-ups!)

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ASP 32: How to Get Published on Kindle Scout with Rachelle Christensen

Quote of the Day:

“When you publish a book, it’s the world’s book. The world edits it.”

– Philip Roth

Rachelle is the award-winning author of 10 books, including The Soldier’s Bride (a Kindle Scout Selection). She is a stay-at-home mother of five who writes mystery/suspense and romance from a little farm in Idaho, where she lives with her husband and family. In between raising kids and chickens, she carves out time to write daily, and studies marketing strategies. Rachelle graduated from Utah State University with a degree in psychology and a minor in music.

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