“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”― Ralph Waldo Emerson
A short entry today.
I took a couple of personal days off from work, cause something told me I needed some down time. Been running full tilt for what seems like forever. Wanted to relax over a long weekend and get some yard work done before fall season hits the region.
I’m glad I made that call, because, good news arrived late last night.
My Volume I cover art is complete.
He’s ironing out some finish/detail work (I believe today, or over the weekend), and when that’s done, he’ll send it all my way. When that happens, I’ll have all the components needed to make this all a reality.
The Surrender Game, and it’s free companion story are formatted and ready to go.
The rest of the process is piece-meal and minutia work. Adding hyperlinks. Finishing acknowledgements, and dedications, and what-not; making sure I check off all of Amazon’s boxes for a finished product.
Needless to say, my level of excitement is something that cannot be expressed in a blog post. To see years of daily work come to a conclusion… its a feeling I will hold on to for as long as I can. I’m not a dancer, but I find myself dancing around the house. I’ve never been an emotional person, but I get choked up sometimes when I think about where this started, to where it is now. An amazing experience. Can’t compare it to anything else.
Of course, I have to delve into the realm of advertising and marketing, which is out of my comfort zone, and can throw me for a loop now-and-again, but I’m ready to make those adjustments as needed. Perhaps the adventure clan can help me out with that when possible.
A huge thank you to my supporters, subscribers, and close friends. We’re almost there…
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