I’ve talked a lot about how other people have responded to my books. I’ve also sometimes, but not always, shared how these responses affected me, everything from pleasant surprise to anger to a back-to-the-drawing-board analysis of the manuscripts. But I’ve never actually shared how I personally felt about my books. Especially since I’ve been gradually moving towards my work being mainstream quality fiction that meets genre expectations, I haven’t said much about my attitudes to this more polished work. I’ve redone my mission statement as an author—you can see in the header that I now define my work into 4 ideas “Inspire. Encourage. Amuse. Challenge.” And I’ve written a lot about it on the Home page of the website, as I’ve grouped my books into 4 genres instead of just a rambling list of publications. But what do I personally feel now? I thought it would be fun to let you know. Five books this week and five books in a later newsletter.:)
And there will be more updates.
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