Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Insecure Writers Support Group


It's 6PM on the first Wednesday of the month, and that means I've forgotten to post this morning.


I hope everyone's had a good day. Are you writing anything new? Reading anything exciting? I just opened my package with Maurene Goo's I Believe in A Thing Called Love and am expecting Dhonielle Clayton's The Belles to arrive any hour now! I'm almost finished with Fourteen Hundred Cowries and Other African Tales, and so I hope to be able to read the next book more quickly.

I'm working steadily on a new project, which I'm excited about. It's a YA/NA fantasy with African influences. I hope it works out. Yesterday, I started seeing what Fractured Princess looks like in 1st Person Present Tense, as it's the only one I  haven't tried out yet. Wish me luck!

I'm also on the lookout for a new job. I don't have the will to get up in the morning for the one I currently have, and I feel bad that I prayed for a full-time job and can't enjoy the one I was given. Lesson learned. A few new jobs have caught my eye, though, so I'm working myself up to apply. One is a Proofreading job, but it's also a contract position. The other is a job at a new state division that really catches my eye, but it's less money than I make right now, and I'm already struggling. I'll figure out what to do.

Have a great month! Hope to see you around.

3 comments:

  1. I hope the right job comes along.
    Good luck with the new tense! (I think only a writer would understand that line.)

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  2. Ooh, first person present tense has always been a favorite of mine. Good luck! And your new YA/NA fantasy sounds like fun, so good luck with that, as well! Sorry to hear your current job has been so lackluster for you, though. Hope you're able to land something that clicks with you much better!

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  3. The YA/NA fantasy with African influences sounds interesting! Good luck with the new writing project and also with the new job search!
    Writer In Transit

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