Either way, I'm done with excuses, because there's really no excuse, nothing I have to say in my own defense as to why I didn't write more over the summer.
Anyway, what's done is done.
Okay, so I'm sort of nervous.
See, I love to write.
I mean, obviously.
Then again, you wouldn't say you love to breathe. You only do it because if you didn't, you would die. I live to write, and write to live. My world, and writing are dependent on each other. It's become a fact of my existence, I guess.
The thing is…
With my book out, and everything, I have to worry about marketing now.
And I don't like marketing, I just like writing.
Let's put it this way.
I'm not really a "people" person.
I'm a writer because I'm not a good speaker.
Although I could probably write a good speech for myself, there's no guarantees I'll actually say it well.
No, really, all I want to do is write.
And meet some hot male protagonist, but that's beside the point.
So my mom has kind of taken the role of a marketing advisor, and been helping me get my books into local book stores. Actually only one bookstore so far, and I haven't even given them the copies they requested yet, but hey, it's a start.
I'll admit, it scares me a little.
Like, a lot.
And it makes me wanna go like this "ASL;DKFJAS;DFJKL" all over the keyboard.
Seriously though…not that I'm going to have one any time soon, but…what exactly do you do at a book signing? I mean, besides sign books? Do you have to answer questions? Are there certain questions that people tend to ask?
Ahhh I'm making myself nervous.
Please, though, if you have any suggestions let me know.