T h e I n k T i m e l i n e
Well, it's a timeline. You know, your average line with times...and events...
But the important part is that this timeline doesn't give us a glimpse of the past--it gives us (specifically me) a glimpse of the future. So it's like--like--an outline of all my writerly goals. It will include everything I hope to achieve in the year 2012 before I start junior year in high school, which is supposedly The Hardest Year. This is the ultimate timeline. So it overrules every past thing I've said about my NaNoWriMo or my WIPs or whatever (by the way, after this post, I'm updating my other post on my WIPs just to keep everything as consistent as possible).
Because I've realized my lack of progress in everything I've been writing, and have decided to do something about it. Will I follow this timeline exactly? Probably not. Will I at least try to? Probably. And the trying matters the most. At least I'd be getting somewhere with my life.
AND THE TIMELINE IS...?
The timeline is this:
- This did not happen whatsoever. Instead, I finished all of my Pre-GOoD (the timeline of the era before the start of my WIP series), about half of my Wikia-Article Profiles, and have only started on my official GOoD. Epic fail of the year. So far.
March - April:
- Finish the Wikia-Article Profiles (WAP) and the Giant Outline of Dread (GOoD) for Depravity.
May - June:
- Write the rough draft of Shadowed; meet the two thirds mark for Depravity revisions
July - August: Revise Shadowed. Finish revisions for Depravity.
September - December: ???
Simple enough of a timeline, but as for actually meeting the goals...well, not so much.
BUT WAIT. THERE'S MORE.
I'm participating in the Harry Potter Reading Challenge! Through 2012, I have to reread and possibly rewatch all seven of the Harry Potter books and movies. I don't have to post a review about them, but I can post discussion entries on my blog or on The Reading Fever (<--well, I would comment in this case). I'm super excited because I. Love. Harry. Potter. (Even though I've got to say, the Potter Puppet Pals are pretty funny.)
This might be the sixth time I've reread the series. I can't wait.