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By the time the last of the sugar cookies are eaten and all the gift have been unwrapped, we barely have a chance to jot down a resolution or two and reflect on how quickly 2013 has passed. Another year is coming to an end and it’s time to usher in a new one.

Right after you share that midnight kiss for good luck, get started on some of these ideas for from Keith Cronin for a happy, successful 2014.

Five More New Year’s Resolutions for Writers

–Claire Yezbak Fadden

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12 Worthy Writing Resolutions – and One Life Resolution – for the New Year

Welcome to the first year in the rest of your writing life. What kind of writer will you be this year?

You get to decide that one.

Parents, teachers, role models and a choir of the enlightened will continue to tell us something we need to hear very clearly: success, and what comes with it, is a choice we make.

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, just buff it up. If it isn’t working out for you, take the hint and choose to do it differently.

Knowing the difference is critical. In this, and in any year. In writing, and in life.

To read the rest of Larry’s post visit http://storyfix.com.

–Claire Yezbak Fadden


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