Yesterday was one of the best days of 2017. I had my book launch party for my novel The Wish. I was so happy and excited that I was finally a published author, something I’ve been wanting since I was 21 back in 2010 when I first started to write this novel.
I couldn’t believe I was standing there with my own book in my hands that took me 9 years to write with a proud author smile to a brand new book.
I was a proud author of a horror table. I loved everything that I set up and everybody else did too.
I loved my cake. It was flipping amazing. I loved it so much that I seriously didn’t want to eat it. I just wanted to keep it forever.
My novella is coming stronger then I thought. The more chapters I read the more I find out things I had forgotten that I wrote. LOL And I keep adding in more setting that I am enjoying to write that I struggle with.
I’M ALWAYS WRITING A STORY IN MY HEAD!
I’M ALWAYS PLOTTING IN MY HEAD!
I’M ALWAYS DISCUSSING WITH MY CHARACTERS IN MY HEAD!
I AM A WRITER, THIS IS WHAT I DO.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11th, 2017
Candi’s Flower’s, Knoxville IA
9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Hello everybody! I’m excited to announce that I am having a book launch party for my novel The Wish. It’s the 1st in a 5 book series. I will be selling my novel for $15.00 a piece.
If you can’t make it to my party in the morning I will be at the Atlantic Pacific Pub from 4pm to 7pm.
WRITE. WRITE. WRITE. WRITE.
FINISH THAT NOVEL.
FOLLOW THAT DREAM.
Writing tip #1
Stay motivated to write.
There will be times that you just don’t have the energy or strength to write. And that’s okay. Don’t let it put you down or make you feel worthless. I’ve been through it plenty of times. If you don’t want to write or if you can’t, but you want to, just write down a few sentences or write an idea down. You should always write. Write every day. You don’t have to write all day and all night. if you do then you will be going through a lot of coffee to just stay awake. If you only have written 100 words or 3 pages. That’s good. That’s better than nothing. You should always have at least five minutes in your day to write down just a few words or a couple sentences.