2013 is the year of so many changes in my life, it’s almost making me nervous in retrospect. And those were good changes! Scary, but good.
2013 is the year I’ve finally taken my writing – and the idea of making writing my career – seriously. Sure, I didn’t write nearly as much as I promised myself I would, but I still wrote a lot.
I have a half-finished manuscript from the summer that I intend to finish in January.
I participated in NaNoWriMo and wrote 50k in a month for the second year in a row. And – unlike last year – I didn’t just let it sit on my hard drive unfinished. I kept writing and finally finished the story, officially making it my first complete manuscript of that length.
I also, for the first time in my life, sent out my short story for submission. And it got accepted.
It got accepted.
I’m still so happy just thinking about it! This is my dream coming true. This is me accomplishing that dream.
I will write about it later on, when it becomes official, but for now I’m just happy I took the chance and did it. It makes me really hopeful for the future and for my goals for 2014.
But I will talk about that in another post. 🙂
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