We all have the little things we tell ourselves we'll try to do when January 1st comes around: Eat better. Call our loved ones more often. Learn something new. But what about your writing? What goals do you have for that this year? Was there anything that you did in your writing practices in 2012 that you'd like to do differently--or better--in 2013?

In six words, tell us: What is your New Year's writing resolution?

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Set word count goals each week.

At least one hour writing daily.

Learn to turn reality into fiction

Ooh. That's a good one. Let me know what you find out!

No more excuses, write it down.

Stop hiding behind accomplishments – do more

Good one, Julie!

I will finish my novel, really!

Go from 36 to 52 weeks.

Nourish new material, hopefully some good.

I will write each day, now.

Set word count goals, write daily.

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