not really, but it feels that way sometimes
You ever have those days when everything seems to go wrong? Or weeks? Or months? Or maybe since 2016?
insert hollow laughter track
And I’m not just talking about forgetting your car keys, spilling soup on your dress, running late for work, and then remembering you left your shoes at home in the freezer kind of days. I mean more family existential crisis the sky is falling omg wtf how do we deal with this kinda days.
So yeah. You ever have those? I bet you do.
…Me too. A lot of them, lately.
Inertia is a bitch. When I’ve got the writing machine running, it feels like there’s nothing stopping me.
Right up until something stops me.
Then, when I do crash and burn, it’s hard to get it all up and running again. The depression sets in. It’s hopeless. I look back and all I see is an endless trail of failures, larger than life like a funhouse mirror.
Digging your way out of a hole is never fun. More so when you figure there’s just a bigger hole waiting on the other side.
I imagine I’m not alone in this. In fact, that’s the point; to all of you out there digging your way through hole after hole, I feel you.
Anyways, I’m back at it again. I’ve done some work while I’m away, work that I’m proud of. Getting things set up for the next Dead Girl’s Ashes (and beyond) and other projects as well.
Like this Jone, right here.
Yes. Book five of Eternal Queen’s Skies is now up over on Amazon (again, sorry about the cliffhanger). You can grab it, as always, for just an asshair under $3, or read it for “free” on Kindle Unlimited.
Go give it a read. I worked really hard on it, and I think you guys will love it if you like the series. It’s a big step above and beyond the old Kindle Worlds version.
And when you do, leave me a review if you please. Aside from the marketing boost, it’ll make me feel just a little less like a miserable failure. :]
Until next time, happy reading.