Goals 2013

So last year, I had rather modest goals. Finish The Cerberus Rebellion and publish it, get the back end stuff for my website and blog set up, including a Scrivener key, and some other minor goals. Well, I can proudly say that I got all of those finished last year.

I think I’m going to be more ambitious this year. With The Hydra Offensive nearly halfway completed and The Battle for Broken Plains in Beta, I think that I can safely plan to have both of those published and get at least halfway through the next book in the Ansgari Rebellion Series: The Centaur Campaign.

I also want to go back through The Cerberus Rebellion and trim some of the fat and add a couple of chapters that really should have been included in the first place.

I’d really like to get started on the story that my brother gave me the idea for, but the Griffins & Gunpowder universe is going to consume my writerly focus for this year. On the up side, I have most of the rest of the Ansgari Rebellion series plotted out at the book level, so I just need to outline the books by chapter and I’ll be all set.

What are your goals for this year? Or are you just going to wing it?

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About Joshua K Johnson

Josh is the author of The Cerberus Rebellion and The Hydra Offensive, Gunpowder Fantasy novels set in the Griffins & Gunpowder universe. He is currently working on a new novel set in the same world as well as The Centaur Incursion, Book 3 in the existing series. He's married with a 5 yr old son and a 1 year old daughter, keeping him busy. He currently works and is a full-time student.

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