Over the last few months, I’ve been getting a ton of coaching and encouragement from Jennifer Lee and all my new friends in the Right-Brain Business Plan mentorship program. We’ve learned so much, but the two things that have hit me hardest are:
Kitty Bucholtz decided to combine her undergraduate degree in business, her years of experience in accounting and finance, and her graduate degree in creative writing to become a writer-turned-independent-publisher. Her first novel, Little Miss Lovesick, is now available in print and ebook format. Her next novel, Unexpected Superhero, will be released March 28, followed by Love at the Fluff and Fold this summer. Her short stories can be found in the anthologies Romancing the Pages and Moonlit Encounters, available in both print and ebook formats.
Wow! You sound just like me. 🙂
Great timing on your post, though, because I've been a bit discouraged lately about finally getting to that part where I'm the authentic me – sometimes I feel all alone being me…
Thanks for the encouraging post to keep being me.
That is so funny – I wondered if Blogger would change the spelling of s*x and it did. LOL! So you can be yourself, but you might still get edited or censored. That's the prerogative of those out there listening. I'm glad, though, 'cause that means I also have the prerogative to not listen or read things I don't want to.
I think it's great that you're coming out of hiding again, too, Ger. I'm beginning to wonder if it's a life cycle, if everyone sees a moment or three in their adult life when they can choose again – keep hiding or get out there and enjoy a few more failures along with more successes. You made a great point! And I love your sec comment at the end! LOL!
Here, here, Kitty! I am starting to do what you're doing! I think I am going to fail often as I burst out of my cocoon to be the true me. You know, I feel like I was the true me when I was younger, especially in high school, and I failed a lot. Maybe that's why I went into hiding. But hiding feels even worse than failing – because even though failing really hurts, the intense pain ebbs and you learn or rebound. But hiding is just a constant pain that never lets you fully enjoy any moment. Well, except for the moments of really good sex.
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