Adventures in Publishing

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  1. Steve says:

    Congratulations! I think crafting any book is a major accomplishment (except perhaps 50 Shades of Whateverthatwas). But, to do so with something so personal, so emotionally & mentally draining is simply amazing.

    Here’s hoping the editor is kind.

    • Oh, Fifty Shades…don’t get me started:) I actually think it was easier to write about something so personal and so powerful; the beginning almost wrote itself. Now, being vulnerable and sharing something so personal and powerful is a whole other thing! I hope the editor and the critics are kind:)

  2. Congrats on the finish…I can only dream…but I am praying by the end of summer mine will be done…best wishes on editing publishing, promoting, marketing, and finding a place to stash all the royalty checks until you can get to the bank. 🙂

    Be encouraged!

  3. momentswithmillie says:

    Awesome. Keep moving forward. Looking forward to the finished work.

  4. Awesome.. starting a book and finishing a book are two very different things… I know nothing of the latter. Haha, nice job!

  5. Thomas Ross says:

    Such an amazing thing you have done. It takes great will and courage to put yourself on the page and make a book. No matter what happens from here, you will always know that you did this amazing thing.

    You’re a writer, no question about it.

  6. rascalfoxx says:

    “Like the man said, ‘Ta-dah!'” Kudos to you Ms Professional Writer. 😀 Those published on HuffPost are professionals. Um, yes, that would be you. 😀

  7. Thanks for sharing your experience. There is some distance that comes with time needed to create perspective that is interesting for the reader. I like your four-part motivation board, and enjoyed the drawing!

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