Reflections Of The Past Year

     Hey fellow writers!  I have some great news to share with all of you!  2011 has been my best writing year ever thanks to the tips that Suzanne Lieurance offered last year.

Last January, I was very confused about my writing goals. I was an aspiring children’s writer with no publication credits.

After attending Suzanne Lieurance’s first Teleworkshop of the year on goal setting, I worked very hard to come up with my three major writing goals for the year. At first, I brainstormed about six goals. But after thinking and much refining in the first quarter of the year, I chose three of these six goals to start off with.

By the beginning of March, I became focused and was taking small steps every day to accomplish my three main goals. I wrote my three main goals down on a sheet of paper and tacked it on the wall in front of my computer where I wrote every day. I completed one small activity towards each of my three goals every day. This process brought me closer to completing my three main goals every day. The strange thing is I only spent half an hour a day on each of my three goals.

The end result was nothing short of miraculous. By the end of the year, I wrote two Nonfiction books, which are currently out to publishers, and I published eight nonfiction articles for teens and tweens in magazines. I went from an unpublished children’s author to a published one all in one year! 

And you can do it too by being part of Suzanne Lieurance’s Working Writers Club.

If you’re interested in joining, please visit, Just mention that Irene Roth sent you. 

Don’t wait.  Make 2012 YOUR best and most productive year ever!

Irene S. Roth, MA


3 thoughts on “Reflections Of The Past Year

  1. Hi Kathleen,

    I’m sure that you will. You just have to believe in yourself and work step by step according to your 3 goals for the quarter. That is the key to success.

    Take care, and visit again soon,

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