I want this girl’s hair!
No stories this week! Just wanted to say that I’m pushing on edits of my book, thanks to a couple of wonderful blog buddies that I called out in my last post (https://trentlewin.com/2020/05/03/the-arms-of-village/) – they helped with tremendous suggestions and edits. Hope to illustrate the publishing journey through the blog, however this ends up – I think publishing is a hard trek but if you have a good story to tell, and are willing to work, well that’s something. I know it’s hard. Probably lowest probability option to think that you can publish through traditional routes, but you don’t know until you try. And I’m going to try. At some point, I’ll issue a summary of the book.
All of you, be well.
Oh yes, as Tippy identified, I have a new gravatar, just thought it was time for a change:
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I had that girl’s hair and hated it.
I look forward to reading about your publishing journey. May you find success the traditional way. You deserve an audience.
I was going to make the same exact comment about having and hating that girl’s hair.
What is it with you guys… how did you both have this hair and I never did??? And X, can we see a post out of you already my friend.
With hair like that you could throw your pillow away.
Good luck with your publishing efforts. It sounds very challenging, but I hope you succeed.
I love those big ‘fros! Course, probably coz I don’t have one 😉
Sending you the best for the publishing thing… I hear it’s a bitch.
Thank you! And yeah I’m sure it is, but I’m a sucker for punishment and I dance weirdly, so I may as well write instead.
Hahaha! Love it!
That hair can double as a purse. You would be surprised what you can keep in there.
Keep at it Trent, we are all rooting for you.
You have her hair… just not on your head
All the best in your publishing endeavours! I just stepped onto this path as well, after eight years of writing ad copy and feature articles. It was fun, but it wasn’t what I wanted to do with writing. Major respect for you that you’ve actually set out on making it happen. Looking forward to it!
Stuart, that’s awesome! I wish you the best. Figure you have to throw the switch at some point, whether you’re ready or not. Consider it thrown!
Can’t wait to read your novel, Trent. I have embraced wild hair during this weird time in our history. It is quite freeing not to care about your hair:)
I hear you! One day, Audra, I hope you read it, would be very interesting to hear your thoughts.
You know I will