Confessions of an Author: Feeling Like an Imposter

Share

Related Posts


See my Confessions of an Author page

Share

2 Comments

Filed under #OnBeingAWriter, Books, Confessions of an Author, Creative Writing, Indie Publishing, Memoir, Poetry, Publishing, Real Life of a Writer, Self-Published Authors, Stories, Storytelling, Traditional Publishing, Writing

2 Responses to Confessions of an Author: Feeling Like an Imposter

  1. Kay

    Glad to find you via #BookMarketingChat last night (6-26-19) tho I missed the live chat. Read this thread and marveled and send cyber-bouquets of appreciation that you told us this intimate stuff–we always think someone who looks so successful rides on pink clouds of glory, but the behind-the-scenes is honest and we are glad not to be the only ones. Also love your attitude/tone = this is what it’s like, tough, but I’m going to keep doing it because it does have its own rewards. Thanks again!

    • Dear Kay,
      Cyber-bouquets of appreciation are always very much appreciated, as was the laugh I got about riding on “pink clouds of glory.” Yes, the writing is its own reward, and I do think writers should concentrate on that, even if they are published authors, because the writing is for you alone. Once you publish, the books belong to your readers.
      Hugs,
      Alexandria

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.