SWAGr Tracking Worksheet – Your Key To Accountability and Productivity

Every month we get together to declare our intentions for the month in the SWAGr post’s comments.

But when the month rolls around to the 20th or so, it can be a bit hard to remember what you committed to doing this month.

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One thought on “SWAGr Tracking Worksheet – Your Key To Accountability and Productivity”

  1. Goals: Last month I went to CampNanowrimo, with the goal of finishing the novel that I began during the June Story-A-Day challenge. Added 50K to the book and edited it. It’s now posted on Amazon on a preorder ending 8-17, as French Waif by J.R.Biery. Now have a few beta readers to give me feedback but could use more early readers and reviewers if anyone is interested. This month I plan to map out another series, perhaps the children in Valley of Shadows, or perhaps a short mystery novel or two. Undecided, still cleaning up last novel, rewriting first in Castle Hart series, Scattered Seeds. Love writing, appreciate the support. Happy writing to all.

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