I haven't seen anyone else do this yet, but I've done it for so many years now I can't imagine skipping it. Maybe I'll set the trend this time. ;) Skipping monthly writing goals posts and similar.
January: yohjideranged asked me about the character types I like to write.
February: It's coming! ["It" being the Dragon Age Kiss battle.]
March: Have some short fics I haven't crossposted here yet, including my stories for this year's Kiss Battles and some Tumblr memes.
April: I've been thinking for awhile that I wanted to rewatch the MCU, see where it hangs together as a single story -- and where it falls apart.
May: I don't want to write a long post getting out all my various feelings about the new Avengers movie at this juncture, because I'm going on fangirlhappyhour to chat about it, and I want my thoughts to stay fresh, not get hashed out in advance.
June: Had a fantastic weekend at the mothership [Bryn Mawr], reconnecting with old dear friends, some of whom I hadn't seen in a very long time, as well as with people who I didn't know that well in school.
July: We are back from our travels [the cruise/Amsterdam trip]!
August: Just a cold, but a bad enough one that I missed three days of work and didn't have energy for much beyond lounging around the house.
September: I presume everyone who follows such things knows about the final DA:I DLC coming out next week, Trespasser. [The post was actually about Jaws of Hakkon, and re-reading it got me excited all over again. Maybe I should fire up DA:I today and send my Trevelyan through it.]
October: Don't want to look at writing goals. Do not want.
November: As threatened in my writing goals post for this month, I am taking prompts for journal post topics.
December: Despite having written like, one fic the last time I took a genprompt_bingo card, I decided to snag another one.
This feels pretty meta to me, somehow. Next year, I resolve to write about more things, and write less about writing about things.
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