Looking Ahead at 2023 Writing Priorities

2023 Writing Priorities

With cooler weather comes thoughts of what the new year will bring. Together, let’s look at your 2023 writing priorities.

2023 Writing Priorities

If you’re like me, you’ve been busy. For instance, after helping a client publish his memoir and coaching him on entering excerpts for a writing contest, I set about updating dozens of website pages and organizing hundreds of notes.

And all that activity reminded me that the notes in my writer’s database came from searching for and finding solutions to writing challenges.

But those were my problems and you might face entirely different issues.

With that in mind, I’d like to hear about your top 2023 writing priorities. Then I can search the database to see if I have solutions to share with you.

Top-down 2023 Writing Priorities

Trends come and go, but some writing priorities remain. That’s why I created this infographic to remind me of essential story elements.

Story Elements
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If you’ve followed my site for a while, you’re likely aware of my two writing rules.

  1. There are no rules, just writing principles.
  2. Don’t forget rule #1.

And one of my key principles is this site is focused on you, and with that in mind:

What are your 2023 writing priorities?

For example:

  • Which topics are important to you?
  • What writing problems do you want to solve next year?
  • What are your writing goals?
  • What writing tools or techniques do you want to learn?
  • What technical issues do you want to fix?
  • Which of the Story Elements would you like more tips?
  • What other challenges would you like to address?

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2 responses to “Looking Ahead at 2023 Writing Priorities”

  1. Jacqui Murray Avatar

    Thank goodness this is easy for me. I’ll spend most of the year researching the world 75,000 ya. Does it get anymore interesting???

    1. Grant at Tame Your Book! Avatar
      Grant at Tame Your Book!

      Too funny, Jacqui! Thanks for stopping by… Reading A.G. Riddle’s Lost in Time. Triassic period differs from 75,000 years ago, but still fascinating!

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