And it wasn’t until months after completing the manuscript, revising the draft like crazy, and witnessing the book being displayed in bookstores, did I start taking notes of what could possibly be going on when I wrote the book.
Of how a writer with a very demanding day job could finish writing a book in just 9 days.
I hate to break this upfront, but the key to accomplishing that is discipline.
Depending on when you are reading this post, it might be 2018 already. I had considered to post this right when the year changes, but decided against it since I would most likely be celebrating the coming year with family and close friends. And I never liked scheduled posts since it doesn’t feel personal.
Also keep your eyes open for GIVEAWAYSin the near future! I will be sure to post updates either on my Twitter, or my Instagram.
Last but not least, I’d like to extend my gratitude to everyone for being with me on this journey from the very start. I remember announcing the project on Twitter, venting my frustration during my self-edit process, and even holding a poll to decide the cover for this book. Even more so than being my manuscript, UNSPOKEN WORDS has evolved into something that could never see the light of day without everyone’s help.
This is a very big news for me, so I hope you’re as excited as I am in awaiting UNSPOKEN WORDS‘ release.
Some requested for information regarding the characters, some about my outlining process, and the rest were an equal mix between my writing process and publication date. The response, of course, took me by (a pleasant) surprise.
To be honest, I had been mulling over the idea of sharing more about Unspoken Words. And there is a good reason why I haven’t been as active as I wanted to be in sharing information about the book:
I didn’t know how to talk about the book without spoiling everything about it.