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Today I am 31


What happened to me? I lost my momentum. I finished Book 1 in January, and didn't finish editing until a week or so ago. Now I am stuck in limbo. I want to do a final read through, but I don't love my book. I want to read it and love it, but I don't.

I honestly think it is a stalling tactic on my side. I don't really have the money to pay an editor right now, but I do want to move forward with that step. I want to be excited, but unfortunately I am losing the ebb.

I don't feel good about it.
Today I am 31 years old, but honestly just feels like another day. Well, it is just another day 😔

I want to spoil myself and order my book cover, but I am trying to be better with money. I am trying to save more...

So what am I doing? I'm on a stalemate on Book 2, and I don't know if I have a third in me, but I know I do. I am just so ready to move on to the next project, something darker and gritty. I am thinking about moving on to my witch series, but I don't know. I have started planning it and I even wrote the opening paragraph today.

I am a writer and I will just continue to write...

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