For a long time after the book was published, I struggled with feelings of shame, because I thought the book could’ve been so much better. But it’s out there and there’s nothing I can do about it.
Disclaimer: This is not a fluffy, writing-makes-me-all-poetic-and-goey-inside kind of post. It’s a ‘truth post’. So if you’re a ‘sensitive’ sort, or the type of person that’s likely to get offended about a post written by an ‘upstart writer who thinks too highly of herself’, best walk away now.
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