IWSG February


Is there anything more nerve-wracking than putting out a book?
I honestly don’t know how many I’ve written. My step-mother asked me, recently, and I didn’t have an answer for her. I’m not certain I want to know. I mean, I do, of course, but I don’t.

Writing is something I love. I imagine if you’re a part of this blog-hop, you love it too.

I think the thing about writing, though, is that the better you become at it, the worse you think you are… the more you think you need to improve. I can attest that it’s gotten more difficult to write a book. Not because the story isn’t there, but because I’m constantly forcing myself to push on and NOT edit halfway through. Or I pick up something old and can’t help but wince at it.

The book I released on Monday might be my best to date… or it might not. I have no idea because I’m too close to it at this point.

Do you feel that way too?

If you want to check out Oath Breaker, my newest release, travel over here and take a gander.

Thanks for stopping by!

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