Nigeria Lockley

A new voice in the world of Christian Fiction

#MondayMotivation: Six Month Check Up

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Happy June! 

We’re in the six month of the year and it’s time to dish on our dreams.

Where are you?

What have you accomplished and where are we headed next? 

I’ll share some of my progress:

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-Tempted to Touch is done (editing is a different story–don’t judge me)

-Riches of Grace is still a work in progress

-Berri and Delilah still a work in progress

-I’ve got some notes for High-Stepping

-Set a date to begin outlining that collabo (feeling super duper excited about that) 

Vision Board Progress

Now this year was the first time I engaged in this process and Lord is really blessing me. IMG_0140

-My Born at Dawn has been reviewed in USA and called a “Must Read”

-The African-American Christian Fiction Book Club read “Born at Dawn”

-My second book, Seasoned with Grace has appeared in Publisher’s Weekly

-I’m making “power moves”. I formed my own publishing company, Inheritance Books and I am preparing to not only publish my books, but the work of other authors and facilitate workshops. 

To be truly successful I’ve found that it’s been most helpful to have someone hold you accountable, so right now the Neophyte Author is checking you, boo. Where are we at in terms of reaching our dreams, where are you at on the pathway to your passion? 

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2 thoughts on “#MondayMotivation: Six Month Check Up

  1. Keep doing your thang Nigeria! Respect to the fullest. My goals right now are to finish writing my next novel The Salt of My Tears and have it published by December 2015. I’m also refining my marketing skills and trying to push sales of When the Real Thing Comes Along.

    • Thank you, Faith. I’m trying. I like that title. I’m working on the marketing thing as well. I’ll have more time to devote to marketing during the summer when school is out.

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