Tuesday, January 8, 2013

New Top 10 List! Top 10 Bookish Goals For 2013!

A new year means...new year's resolutions! 

Check out the full list of my Top 10 Bookish Goals for 2013 on my blog Writer Girl in LA! Top 10 Tuesday is an internet meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish and I try to participate every Tuesday!
Here's 3 of my bookish goals...all writing related!:

1. Write more books this year! Since I'm a writer as well as a reader, I have to include this because storytelling takes up a lot of my reading time and it's just as important because I love telling stories. I'd like to finish up 6 books this year. That's one every two months or if I get in a crunch, one a month! I can do it! Especially since it includes three half finish novels I've already started!

2. Read at least six books by other Indie Authors. I've been slacking on reading books by people just like me who are trying their hand at putting their writing out there. I need to support my peers more, so this goal is all about supporting others. Anybody have any suggestions on who I should read? I love YA pretty much any genre and in adult fiction, I pretty much stick with anything that has romance in it or is just a plain fun read.

3. Another indie author goal for me, is to make book trailers for all of the books I currently have out. It's a massive undertaking, but I know I can do it!

That's only 3 of my 10! Some of the others are reading goals...because I'm a reader too! Make sure to check out the full post on my blog Writer Girl in LA: Top 10 Bookish Goals for 2013  


  1. I'm so excited to start reading more this year! My bookish goal is to read at least one book a week, and I'm off to a great start. I've already read four books in the past two weeks. I'm loving it!

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  3. "Bookish Goals" is an inspiring and motivational book that encourages readers to set their own reading goals and keep their minds open to new literary experiences. It's filled with helpful tips, tricks, and ideas to help readers make the most out of their reading journey.