I told myself not to get attached to my story no matter how cute it was. Or to the characters no matter how adorable they were together. Because I was going to sell my little baby and no one was ever going to know this baby was mine.
I may have temporarily lost my enthusiasm but as I write this I'm waiting to see what my cover artist comes up with, finalizing my blurb, and finishing some minor editing on-- heres' the ironic twist--my romantic comedy, CLEO'S WEB.
I sincerely hope you can find a home for Scattered Moments. This story just reinforces for me what an amazing writing talent you have.
writing the best books I can write is what I set out to do in the first place. It doesn’t really matter what anyone else is doing. I’m only competing with myself.
“I love your set-up…It may be my subjective opinion, but I have never read any romance author who writes better sex scenes than you.”
Making money off a lousy book would cause me to lose every ounce of respect I have for myself as an author.
This is the first of many newsletters, I hope, although I can’t promise one every month. I’m not sure I’d have enough “news” to bother with every month! My web…
November 3, 2011Posted inDrinking, Good Books, Independent Publishing, love, Marriage, Reading, Rejection, Self-publishing, Uncategorized, Writing Romance
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