2021 Goals

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It’s day one of 2021, so I think it is time for me to set some that I will try to somewhat follow. I have to be honest if I have a blog right to post every day, I get anxiety. I think it comes from loving blogging and writing so much that if I don’t do it daily, I feel like I failed. Am I the only blogger that feels like that?

Read more from my kindle

As a matter of fact, I started this last year, and I hope to continue with this goal in 2021.

Support more LGBT+ authors

Being an LGBT+ author myself, I know how important it is to support indie LGBT+ authors because they won’t have the backing of a publishing house.

Reviewing Books

As you guys might have seen in my monthly wrap-ups, I read a ton of books every year. However, I’m lucky if I review 2 % of them and I want to get better at that. On the other hand, I worry that some of you don’t like book reviews.

Be kinder to myself

I have always been pretty harsh when it comes to myself, especially with the disconnection I have with my body. Hopefully, the hormones will kick in, and I can start to reconnect.

Alex

26 thoughts on “2021 Goals

  1. I love reading book reviews and look forward to more of these in 2021. Not sure why some people are against it? Happy New Year and here’s to a good 2021!

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      1. You are welcome my friend. I hope that your wishes manifest and that this year for you will be better than your last, if not your best yet haha. Happy New Year to you 🎊🎉🎆

        P.S: I thought that I had left a similar reply yesterday after you had thanked me, but it doesn’t look like it because I don’t see it, so this comment is just to make sure that I do in fact wish you a happy new year 😂

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  2. I rarely read book reviews – but I think it’s a good idea to write them, especially if you read a lot. Some people will like them, and they’ll be a good record for you when you pick up a book in a few years time and can’t remember if you liked it or not, or even if you’ve read it before. You’re probably too young for that now, but trust me, it happens… I got about 50 pages into a book recently and kept thinking “this seems familiar”. 😀 Anyway, if you enjoy writing them, why care what other people think?

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  3. Go ahead and write your book reviews. Who cares what others think? I find that by writing a book review I get to spend a little bit more time with the characters and story I so enjoyed (or didn’t). For me, reading a book is not a fait accompli until I’ve written a review. And there are so many others who look forward to reviews by an avid reader. Anyway, wishing you success in all your goals.

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  4. If you don’t want to put reviews on the blog, you can have weekly wrapups with links to a Goodreads review. I would at least do a Goodreads/Amazon/whatever review for indie books, esp. if you want to support the indie LGBTQ+ authors out there.

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