I can understand perfectly why many excellent writers find this terribly frustrating. Their work, which is every bit as good as anything created by a celebrity author, may never get noticed—or even published—whereas if they were famous, well, it would likely be a very different story.
Armed with tickets to see Gloria Estefan’s musical, ‘Get on your Feet’, and a restaurant reservation at The Port House on The Strand, we were like pigs in muck.
Some of the stories he told were extremely creepy so although I’m really excited about seeing the play, I’m seriously considering taking a cushion to hide behind.
As I wait to find out the release date of my debut novel, The Virgin’s Gamble, I’ve been thinking about the next big project. I’ve got a couple of ideas burning for my next book – and they’re both completely different from each other, as well as from anything I’ve written before. I have beenContinue reading “The joy of procrastination”