Goals of Logical Dreams: September Recap + October Goals

Last month, my goal was to create three posts a week for a total of 12 posts in September. I didn’t always post on schedule, but I made sure to fulfil the goal, so that’s probably a better way to frame my goals moving foward.

October is also the month of Inktober. I’m not an artist, but my friend is, so I’m just going along for the ride. My goal this month is to write a story for all 31 prompts, which would be posted across the next two months, since I’ll be busy with NaNoWriMo in November.

Hoping for a productive month ahead πŸ™‚

Goals of Logical Dreams: August Recap + September Goals

After the craziness that was Camp NaNoWriMo 2021 in July, I wanted to take things easy for August. Maybe one every alternate day.

Reality was roughly two posts a week.

Learning from Camp NaNoWriMo, having a concrete number to aim for is more stressful but also more likely to be achieved. So, if I want to have three posts a week this month, that’ll be 4×3=12.

Let’s see how this goes.

September post count: 1/12 :p

Goals of Logical Dreams: July Recap + August Goals

Last month, I set a challenge for myself for Camp NaNoWriMo 2021. Never got around to registering for it properly, so it’s not official, but the goal was to write 31 short stories in 31 days.

Despite a very slow start, I hit my goal. If you want to read all 31 stories, you can search them up using the term ‘Camp NaNoWriMo short story count’.

If you’re looking for a short list, below are a few that had more likes.

Her Plan – Her plan might get her killed.

Suspicious Smiles – Some people are just bad at hiding things.

The Kid She Used toΒ Babysit – Not all promises are kept.

Surreal Rain – It was raining… upwards.

This month, I’m taking things easy after the hectic rush towards the end of July. No particular goal but would try to post on alternate days.

Have a lovely August πŸ™‚

Goals of Logical Dreams: June Recap + July Goals

Today, I learnt that Camp NaNoWriMo also runs in July.

I don’t have anything planned, but the challenge is more forgiving than the 50k word goal in the November challenge, and it’s a new month, so why not give it a shot?

This month’s goal for Logical Dreams, and my goal for Camp NaNoWriMo, is to write 31 short stories in 31 days. I’m starting a day late, and I wasn’t even able to reach my goal in June, but even if I don’t reach it, at least I’ll be writing more.

Anyone else participating?

Goals of Logical Dreams: December Recap + January Goals

Happy (belated) New Year!

2020 has been a very unique year, making it especially great or terrible, depending on who you ask. Regardless of how 2020 went for you, hopefully 2021 would be even better!

Following right after the super intense NaNoWriMo in November, I didn’t aim for much in December, just three posts a week… which didn’t quite happen.

Well, new month, new goal! For January, I would like to find three short story blogs to follow. I generally prefer one shots over long runners and optimistic stories. If you have any recommendations feel free to share in the comments πŸ™‚Β 

Goals of Logical Dreams: November Recap + December Goals

Last month, my focus was on NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). This month, it’s time to shift from a novel back to short stories.

Well, more of a mix. I might have reached 50k words last month, but the story isn’t over yet. It’ll be nice to work on something more long term while also working on smaller projects.

This month, I’ll be working to write short stories semi-regularly again. Aiming for roughly three updates a week.

Feel free to share how you went with NaNoWriMo if you participated in the comments πŸ™‚