I'm reading it because I need to be ready on January 1 to spring into action. Based on this book which is well written and perfect for someone like me who really needs to plan and set goals, I have decided to slow way down on my writing freelance work and focus only on writing a children's chapter book. I've given myself three months which means either March 1 or April 1 depending on when I hit my stride. Even I agree that it may be missing the mark to start this project December 1 since that is such a busy month, but I'm leaving that option open. So I'm wrapping up all of my other projects and focusing solely on my family, my teaching, and this writing project. For some, this might seem like a lot, but for me it's a major slow down and I'm thrilled. The funny thing is that I never expected to be headed in this direction. I felt like I was wanting to leave teaching, but what I found was that I'm a teacher and teachers don't leave teaching. They can't. It's in their blood.
The second book which may be exciting for some of you as well is her companion journal: