Have you ever worked so hard and so long on a project that you’re not sure how to feel when it is finally completed? Some endeavors are intensive to the point where they become part of who you are. For years I have worked on my novels, Diffusion and Infusion. It was a reason to get out of bed early and stay up late. In the shower and on my runs I would contemplate possible character traits and plot twists. I would have dreams that took place in the novels’ setting. And now, after dozens of revisions, wrestling with the pros and cons of different routes to publishing, working with a designer on cover designs that appeal mainly to me but possibly not to others, and learning the mystifying minutiae of book formatting and setup for eBooks and print books, Diffusion and its sequel Infusion are available for the world to see.
Completing such a project is both a blessing and a curse. I guess it’s time for me to start a new novel.
Has anyone else experienced such a feeling?
Both novels are available on my Amazon author page.
Diffusion is available as a Kindle eBook or as a print book.
Infusion is available as a Kindle book, and the print version will be available within a few days.
Everyone needs a creative outlet. That's why I write.