This article was originally published in The Writer’s Everything, Issue #010.
I’ve never felt so good about my writing as I do right now. Nearly a half dozen of my novel ideas are coming together in ways I never expected. One, which I adore, will also unapologetically break my heart, as it’s the story of an abused puppy told from his naive, unreliable perspective.
Queue the tears.
I’m also hard at work on the creation of my ultimate character development book, If So, Why?, which was successfully funded nearly two weeks ago now. I’m going to have to keep a solid schedule to get it ready for its June release, but I’m confident that I can do it.
What projects are you undertaking this year? How far have you gotten in them already, and how confident are you in their success? Feel free to share your progress with me on Twitter.
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