Life is always surprising. I’m turning 37 in a month and I just found out I potentially have a disorder that affects my every day life.
Don’t you love the word ‘mollusc’? It’s like a piece of toffee in the mouth but requiring less dental work.
A few resolutions for the blag!
I took some time; I talked to people. I did some research; I procrastinated on Twitter. And then I let all that percolate until a decision brewed: I need to focus my website on building up an audience.
“What am I trying to achieve with this? What do I want to be different in the world as a result of me doing this?”
Talk to any writer and they’ll have an individual taste for what they consider a ‘good’ beta-reader. These are my guidelines.
One of my stories got accepted!
It’s the first one since I started doing the 100 Rejection Challenge, and after all the weeks of doom and gloom it is a very welcome change!
…. I am really, really tired of February.
There’s a lot to be said for powering through a project. For setting goals, and doing what it takes to accomplish them. There’s also something to be said for knowing when to stop and rest.
Querying is scary. But not for the obvious reasons.