Monday, March 18, 2013

Drained

Okay yeah, this is really late, but I'd just like to thank everyone who participated in the Kindle release for From the Ashes! Seriously, I can't thank you enough. You made it an amazing release day!

I'm still trying to get used to the fact that I'm actually published. Does it ever really sink in?

Anyway, as far as writing goes, I have definitely not done enough.

My soul feels deprived of writing.

Honestly, this blog post is the only writing I've done for fun in a few weeks. The rest has been for school, and yeah, okay maybe I am an author, but I'm not good at writing things people tell me to write about.

So this week, I'm going to try my best to wake up really early with my mom so that I have time to do some editing or writing. Lately, I've been feeling completely drained of energy, and I think it's due to a lack of writing. Book two needs lots of work, and I can actually say that people are waiting for me to finish it now.

And I miss Jaina, and I think she misses me. She's been left in suspense about what's going to happen.

LOTS of pressure on me.

So yeah, that's kinda the plan.

What are you guys doing this week?

–Jess

11 comments:

Talli Roland said...

I don't think I ever got to say congrats on your release, Jessica! I'm so impressed by your determination and dedication.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

You are really published! Now time to jump back into it.

Rena said...

There you have it, on to the next book! That's the greatest wisdom any writer can give. So Congratulations and write write write!

Sheena-kay Graham said...

Keep going. Push pressure aside girl.

Krista McLaughlin said...

You can do it! Take a deep breath, find some inspiration (maybe a picture of Dragon) and write! If you need some time, take it. :) Don't overwork yourself!

Elizabeth Varadan, Author said...

Congratulations on being published. Yes, just dive back in and start the next project.

What have I been doing? I started a new blog yesterday, called Victorian Scribbles, since my MG mystery series is set in the Victorian Era. When you have time, check it out:
http://victorianscribbles.blogspot.com

Laura said...

Hi! Congratulations! My best advice - give yourself some time to fill up your creativity tank- just for a while. There's always that dip...
I'm so excited for you - amazing
Lx

Maria Dunn said...

Congratulations on your book. What a tremendous accomplishment! I saw it while visiting http://pk-hrezo.blogspot.com. I'm going to go check out your book. Keep writing. God bless, Maria from http://pk-hrezo.blogspot.com

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Deanie Humphrys-Dunne said...

Jess, you should be extremely proud of your accomplishment! Being published, especially at your age, is amazing!
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