Accountability is a big deal in writing, and I've been a lot better lately at holding myself accountable for my goals, but a little outside pressure never hurt anyone (that I know of). Right now I have an ongoing series that I'm working on for Chanillo called The Purgatory Chronicles. Tonight I plan to start writing the last post for that. I hope for the finished piece of that post to be roughly 3k words. In that piece, I need for my protagonist to save her partner from becoming ghost bait, and ultimately save the festered soul of the ghost from becoming even more of a bigger, beastlier version of the badass woman scorned that she already is. Once this project is complete, then I must edit, edit, edit it. I also need to continue to brainstorm ideas for a series. I want it to be a three book series. I want to have the first draft of book one done in the next three months and be starting the first draft of book two as I edit book one. I want to push this series for indie publishing in about a years time. Why? Because I want to ultimately be able to support myself with my writing. I know that's a goal we all have (or at least a few of us here) but I'd like to approach my writing as more of a job, a business, and actually try to make a career of some sort of it. (I just gave myself goosebumps actually admitting that out loud like that! Why should it be so taboo for us to want that? In my case I think it's more my brain getting in my own way, but that's a whole other journal entry for a whole other section of the forum!) So in a nutshell those are my goals right now.