Today, my insecurity is just wondering if I suck or not. As my publishing date looms, I almost feel like bagging the whole thing and stuffing my book into a box somewhere and never letting it see the light of day. I just don't have any confidence in myself. However, against this cowardly inner voice is that of my friend Kathy. Over Thanksgiving I gave her an ARC to read and she's already finished it. She told me she thought it was incredible which made me feel really good. It was the right kind of random input given at just the right moment to make me shake off my issues with my writing. Do any of you hear those voices? The kind that whisper to you that you suck? I hate those voices.
The other part of today's post is an interview. I was checking my inbox the other day, and I came across an email addressed to moi asking if I'd like to be interviewed. I instantly thought, this is going to be fun! I've never been interviewed before. So if you'd like to check it out, please go visit the lovely >>> click>>> Leigh Covington at her amazing blog.
I'm just tickled because I got to talk about my book. No one ever wants to talk about my book. I'm not saying that's a bad thing...that's just what writers are like, you know? They talk about their books, and expect you to listen. I'm content doing that because someone has to listen, you know? I try very hard to be a good listener because I don't think people get listened to enough (not even Alex and he has a whole lot of people listening to him).
Finally, I want to say that I appreciate all the support from the "to read" clickers on my goodreads sparkling cookie gif featured on the right.
Now for some Wednesday witchcraft.
On the gif below, place your hand in the center of the image and the dots will appear to move faster.