Writer’s resolutions 2016 by Cayenne Michaels

It was my turn to blog at the Happy Authors Guild today.

Do you have any writer’s resolutions for 2016? I’d love to hear them.

Happy Authors Guild


(called out in a, hopefully, cheerful voice)

I’m so not the right blogger to write the festive season post.

I’m traumatized by childhood memories of polishing silver, cleaning the porcelain and hurting my back from pulling out the couch to remove the colony of dust balls that had sought shelter there since last Christmas. They knew it was the only place in the whole house where they’d be safe from the vacuum cleaner until next year’s Christmas clean. These were just a few of the points on Mom’s endlessly long list of Things to Do and we worked our asses off up to the afternoon on Christmas Eve.

When dusk finally settled and Mom could do nothing more than fret over her mother-in-law (also called The Dragon) and stare through the foggy glass front of the stove, as if she could will the pork rib to roast to…

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One thought on “Writer’s resolutions 2016 by Cayenne Michaels

  1. I loved your post on the Happy Authors Guild site, Cay – it spoke to me about my own efforts and the way that sprints, daily writing goals and deadlines work for me just as much as they do for you. I don’t know if you remember me, but I was on NaNoWriMo with you one year (2014 maybe) and we then left a flurry of comments on each other’s blogs.
    Well, I’ve been super active on my blog since then, and have decided to be more pro-active about keeping in touch.
    So here I am.
    How are you Cay? 🙂

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