I give her a seat at the table, so to speak. Otherwise, I end up pretending I don’t have fears of being viewed as inept, of failure and success, and of something going wrong with everything that happens to be in my world at the moment.
Horror author, Tom Deady, contributes to a discussion about life as a writer.
Furthermore, it gets all of the I, I, I's out of me. A warm-up to the day. Yoast is having a field day with me for poor writing. That's because this is straight out of the gate. No revisions
Several aspects of the book riveted me. A female protagonist discovers forever in a rock floating in space, which is actually a ship designed by us in the future to survive a situation concocting itself in the present. Does it get any better than that?