Hi friends! I recently wrote a guest post for and was interviewed by the talented and kind author, Diana Tyler-Anderson! Diana is the author of two novels – Moonbow (which I am currently reading) and the first book of The Orchid Series. She also has a number of fitness books available for purchase! For more information about her work, please feel free to click here! Thank you!
Hey everyone! I know it’s been a little while. I just want to let you know where I am with my writing.
1.) As many of you probably know, my first novel, Rest in Piece, is available for purchase on Amazon.com! I also have a Goodreads account and Instagram account!
2.) I am currently working on a short story collection! I have one more story to finish writing for it and then need to go over everything one last time. I will continue to keep you updated as my progress continues!
3.) Thursday I will be reblogging an interview that I did with author, Diana Anderson-Tyler, who has been so kind as to help me get the word out about my book. I hope to share a review of my book today for you as well. Stay tuned!
Thanks again for all your support! If you have any questions about my writing, etc. , please don’t hesitate to ask!
After publishing my first book, Rest in Piece, I almost immediately wanted to write and publish another book. I think in a lot of ways, that’s a good and positive thing. Writing something and putting it out there for the world to see is exciting and if it doesn’t give you a taste for more, what’s the point of doing it in the first place? Writing and publishing should be exciting so it’s no wonder that we want to continue the process over and over again!
The problem is that writing and publishing are not things that happen overnight – that is, not if you want to do it right. When working on a story or really any type of writing, it’s important that you take your time and not rush. I know it’s hard to not just breeze right through and try to publish something as soon as possible, but it’s not just writing that’s important, but it’s writing well that’s essential – and really what the craft is all about.
Let me give you an example. On my first few short stories for the short story collection I’m working on, I didn’t rush. I just let the stories take me where they did and wrote everything at the right speed. However, with this last story I’m working on for the collection, it’s going to be longer. As much as I want to do a good job with it, it can be difficult to take my time and not want to rush through the writing process. Don’t get me wrong, I love writing (I really do), but I can’t deny that the thought of publishing my second book is pretty exciting! I can’t wait for that day to come! Therefore, it’s tempting not to speed the process along.
I realize though that in order to continue to write my story well, I must slow down and take my time. It’s not like I’m in a hurry. The best results are going to come from writing patiently, not simply writing as quickly as possible as if I have some kind of due date to meet.
So remember, if you want to be successful when writing, take your time. Make sure everything is how you want it before you rush to get it published.
I wish you all the best in your past, current, and future projects!
Hi everyone! Mother’s Day is just around the corner, on May 14th! Why not give your mom (or yourself, for that matter) the gift of literature?
If your mom loves fantasy, horror, and a little bit of mystery, then she’ll love my new novel, Rest in Piece. Rest in Piece is about a young girl who must acknowledge the existence of the supernatural in order to save lost souls. When she discovers a beautiful object, her world is changed forever.
For more information on Rest in Piece, feel free to click here! Reviews for the novel are also available on Goodreads and Amazon.com
The price of Rest in Piece is $4.99 for the e-book and $12.99 for the paperback. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask. I can be contacted through commenting on any of my posts, through the contact page, or on Instagram at b.w.ginsburg48. Thank you!