A new year is once again here, and I hope that all of you are looking forward to writing success in 2023. What are your goals for the year? Will you start a new project and work on it for the entire year, or finish one that has been on the drawing board for months? Will you publish your first novel, or will it be your twentieth? Wherever you are in your writing career, I wish you all a fruitful year!
For 2023 I will be dedicating more time to my new responsibilities as Secretary on PPW’s board of directors, seeing through to the publication of PPW’s third anthology (coming this spring!), and lending a hand to two conferences. PPWC2023 is in Colorado Springs, CO April 27-30, and Left Coast Crime is holding their annual conference right down the street from me here in Tucson, AZ, March 16-19 2023.
The biggest change will come on January 1, 2023, when I hand the reins of the Managing Editor of Writing from the Peak over to Trista Herring Baughman. It has been a fun ride blogging with all of you over the past 4 years and you will be in good hands with Trista. I’m excited to see where she takes the blog so look for some changes (for the good of course) that you are going to love.
So, with this post, I bid you all a fond farewell and wish you all the best in 2023!
Kathie writes under the pseudonym KJ Scrim. In addition to serving as Secretary on the Board of Directors with PPW, she is also the Project Manager of PPW’s anthologies, Fresh Starts, Dream, and Journeys into Possibility (which is due out in Spring 2023).. Her inspiration for blogging, flash fiction, short stories, and the long haul of novel writing comes from her many life experiences. You can follow her on her website, KJScrim.com and on Facebook. When she’s not writing you can find her somewhere in Arizona biking, hiking, or finding Zen through Pilates.