June first was a writing failure, but I will not let that set the tone for the rest of the month. Let's get this ball rolling.
My intentions for June are not particularly creative, but therein lies the possibility. This month my goals are consistency, growth and adventure. Consistency is first. I want to write consistently. It's kind of the basis for this project, no surprises there. I want to write a quality submission every day. Simple.
Growth is just as obvious. I want to grow as a writer and a person. What other purpose is there to life?
I want this project to be an adventure. An opportunity to try new things, discover new styles and voices, to play with possibility.
These are my goals, and without any segue let's move on to the second part of this assignment. I'm no more a writer than any other person. I have a degree in literature with a minor in creative writing. I write driveling nonsense to myself in journals, and I once was a teenage girl (I've written poetry). I love young adult literature, comic books and sci fi and fantasty. I have no ambitions to publish.
I'm sorry I'm off to a poor start, but at least it leaves plenty of room for improvement.
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