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Gang, this is going to sound nuts. After three months of tireless job seeking, I've been offered a new situation with my previous employer. Kinda went full circle there for a while, and the timing couldn't be more perfect. There's a lot for me to take in, some brand new realities to accept, and I'm not sure how I will assimilate just yet. I just know that I have to. There will be some continuing education involved, so how this new regiment will fit into writing has yet to be determined. But that's okay! I can finally stop worrying and focus on living.
It's a long story, forgive me for sparing the details. I have, however, learned a great deal about job seeking. It's a job all by itself!
I cannot, just cannot, thank this community for your support and your help enough during these last few months. Not knowing what the future had in store for us, I stressed the blog tour quite heavily. Just so you know, your efforts made a REALLY huge difference. The Undead Road tour was a success--better than anticipated (I try not to have expectations, so that's saying something). This success will allow me to produce the next two installments with relative ease. I just need to schedule my time wisely now ... like a super mage!
Best overall ranking during the tour - Thank you!
My bio will be updated later. Time to get ready for work. Thank you. Thank you, all! You've really helped be from falling into the darkest and deepest abyss I've ever come close to falling into. Thank you!
Now back to life, learning, and writing. Full steam ahead!
How have you averted a crisis? What's the hardest struggle you've overcome? If you read The Undead Road, what did you think?
I'm David, and the night really IS darkest before the dawn.