As each day goes by, I get closer and closer to releasing GHOSTS & THE ANCIENT STONES. This books scares me. A lot. One, it took so long to finish writing. Two, it’s not the book I started writing several years ago. Three, I took some chances (okay, I didn’t, the characters made me! That’s my story and I’m sticking to it!). Four, while this story made me laugh and cry and there were more than a few tears (and not the blood and sweat kind but the all-the-feels kind), I don’t don’t know if readers will feel the same. Four, this series has never done as well as I’d always hoped it would and trying to figure out why is a whole ‘nother post. Five, I’m worried those who do read the series won’t like this book. So, when it’s ready and I pull the “trigger” on it’s release–probably sometime next week–I’m going to remember this message from the big U.
Next time you feel fear, Silver, either right after a major decision or just before one, it usually means you’re exactly where you need to be.
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Funny, Silver, how good you are. Really good.
Because the fear will be real, baby. And I can only hope the book is as good as I think it is. Forget about me. I just want my words and books to be good. So tell me, what do you fear?