"It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold;
when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade."

- Charles Dickens, Great Expectations

It may not seem like it yet, but spring is just around the corner. I hope everyone is flush with energy and fresh ideas, and ready to make a start on their March goals!

As I stated in my final post of the February thread, I've given myself permission to jettison the 11k or so words I've written on my WIP and start fresh. That's my main goal for the month, although I have others, including the more pressing one of finishing my Sisyphus story since the deadline for that is looming.

So here are my goals for March, just to get things going. As you can see, I've already marked one completed, and that's the decision to do the April Camp NaNo. I'm hoping a bunch of you will, too. For those not familiar with the twice-yearly NaNoWriMo Camps, they're a little different from NaNo - you set your own tasks - writing, editing, whatever - and your own goals - wordcount or otherwise - and you also have the option of being in a Camp cabin with other writers, where you can share your woes and triumphs and encourage your fellow Campers (not unlike this thread). Here's a link to the Camp website: CampNaNoWriMo

[x] 1. Decide whether to participate in April Camp - DONE. I'm in!
[ ] 2. Finish Sekrit Solstice story
[ ] 3. Start fresh on WIP (Book 5 of fantasy series) - 0 of 10,000 words
[ ] 4. Write blurb and other pre-publication stuff for Book 4
[ ] 5. Read two books - 0 of 2
[ ] 6. Exercise (any kind) three times a week; 30 minutes at a time - 0 of 4
[ ] 7. Lose five pounds - 0 of 5

All right, the rest of you: what are your March goals?