Insecure Writer's Support Group


I can't believe it's May already! That means the Insecure Writer's Support Group is back! Take a moment to thank our founder, Alex J. Cavanaugh and visit the IWSG Site to join in and read others' posts for the day.

I actually don't have a lot to say this month. I'm writing in my New Adult fantasy project and waiting for the final version of my young adult fantasy cover! By June, I will know when I am publishing Fractured Princess!

If you haven't signed up for the IWSG e-mails, you should. This month's e-mail focused on marketing as a self-published author, and I intend to soak up that information over the next few weeks. I'm still very excited.

The question of the month is: What was an early experience where you learned that language had power?

I'm not sure how to answer that, really. I think it's because I've always been someone who loved to read and write, there hasn't been that type of epiphany? I guess stepping into Narnia that first time, or falling in love with A Christmas Carol; those stories remain some of my favorite childhood tales, and they couldn't have been had the words and imagery not been so powerful.

Have a great May!

Comments

  1. Those are good word memories.
    Keep us posted on the book so we can help spread the word.

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  2. I loved stepping into the world of Narnia! I still have the box set, although not the original from childhood. Congrats on your writing progress and good luck with your new project.

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  3. You must be so excited about publishing your book!! Hope your new project is going well, too.

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  4. Awesome that you are moving forward on publishing your book. I talked about a few ways I can help out on my blog today if you're interested.

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  5. Yay to heading on with publishing your book. How exciting! I loved and love get lost in those worlds. It's always like magic.

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  6. Thanks for that reminder about IWSG's newsletter; I'm going to read their tips for self-publishers! And, congratulations on your progress. Sometimes spring is distracting, but it's a wonderful season to cherish each day -- AND to celebrate your writing.

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