Okay, I’m not cool. You go that, right? I can mimic being cool..
But it is all a front.
When I anticipate a release date…
I am not cool.
It’s more than just spectre of being reviewed. Because that’s usually a mixed bag. Some of the reviews can make you damn well GIDDY.
Those reviews should come with the subtitle: They got me. They really to me. But the reality is, there are always going to be the other reviews.
And those critiques should come with the subtitle of OMG. OMG. OMG.
No–it’s more than the reviews, and whether or not your local bookstore has your copies. Release day comes with introspection and reflection. Particularly this book’s (THE DANGER of DESTINY). Because it is the last in the series, and I can’t help think of where I was before I began to write. What I believed about myself, and the world. What I had stopped allowing myself to crave or dream for.
Where I was…before.
Too much angst?
Okay, I’ll ratchet it back. (Remember, I.Am.NOT.Cool)
Still, I think back with extreme gratitude for all the things that made me get here and all the people who helped me get here. And so, in the end, here’s my final comment:
Thank you family, friends and fans.