Wednesday, October 4, 2017
To share and encourage. Writers can express doubts and concerns without fear of appearing foolish or weak. Those who have been through the fire can offer assistance and guidance. It’s a safe haven for insecure writers of all kinds! You can join HERE!!
Wow it is great to be back with this amazing group of people. I must say that I have missed IWSG.
Normally I would try to spend this time encouraging others about this process of writing or trying to get some, but obviously this month is a bit different for me. This month my main source of insecurity or worry is all around the release of my new book.
Things that were out of my control have had me away from my blog and other areas in a time where I needed to be here the most.
That being the case I have extended the giveaway for another week so that I can make the rounds and really try to get everything out.
Other than that I have started work on a few new projects. I am excited to see where they go, but also the insecurities are always there with something new.
The question this month asked if we had slipped personal information into a character. The answer is ... yes. lol
Sophia has a lot of things that are similar to me or things from my past. If you have read her, you might know me just a bit better.
Hope everyone is doing well. See you soon.
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Sorry life has kept you away from your blog. You have been missed. Good to dive back into the IWSG.ReplyDelete
Missed you Brandon, but like you even I've been away from my blog and blogosphere. Good luck with your new book.ReplyDelete
Congratulations on your new book, Brandon. Glad you're back on IWSG. Enjoy the process. This is an exciting time for you.ReplyDelete
Glad you're back! Good luck with your new projects and enjoy your release.ReplyDelete
I think your time away may have been necessary and not entirely where you wanted to be, but I'm all for fresh starts and the excitement of getting your groove back.
Congratulations on your new book, Brandon, and welcome back to the IWSG! Cute header, btw!ReplyDelete
Congrats on the release! Glad to see you back and writing away :)ReplyDelete
Congrats on the release! I hope it all goes well. Yeah, we can't help our characters having a part of us to some extent.ReplyDelete
Hi Brandon, welcome back - we seem to have created a little section of 'returners' at our end of the list!ReplyDelete
Bravo on your new book Brandon. I'm already following your blog and I liked your facebook page. I agree with everyone else. Welcome back!ReplyDelete
I think most of us put a little of ourselves into one or more characters per project. I certainly do. Although I must admit I get a bit offended when I write a short story with a main character who's kind of a jerk, and a reader asks if he was based on me.ReplyDelete
Congrats on your new book and good luck with your upcoming projects. It always fascinates me when writers say that their characters of the opposite sex have a lot in common with them. Leo Tolstoy always maintained that about Natasha Rostova, one of his most charming female heroines in War and Peace. You are in good company.ReplyDelete
Congrats on the new book, Brandon!ReplyDelete
IWSG day is always a good day to get back to blogging. Congrats on the new book!ReplyDelete
Hope the book release is going well.ReplyDelete
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