After a lot of agonizing, I have decided not to publish it at all and I wasn't prepared for the feelings of failure this huge setback would unleash. "Scotland with a Stranger" brought a stream of judgement about my own actions by sharing intimate details of my life that I am unwilling to expose my kids to. I asked for it, but they didn't. It's a devastating loss and I am reeling.
Sins of the Mother on Netflix is a deeper dive into the "Mommy Doomsday" Podcast we loved so much this summer. It's a binge-able 3 hours long, that will leave your mouth agape.
The Midnight Library. This book is a gem that makes you think about regrets in a novel way. The main character, Nora is depressed and makes a fateful decision to end her life and finds herself in the Midnight Library, an alternative universe where all her unlived lives are stored. It's a thought provoking read that sticks with you. (Affiliate link alert. If you buy from this link, I earn a few pennies for this recommendation and you get a great book.)
On Hiatus. I queried an agent, and I am hoping to hear about the Alaskan writer in residence program soon. I am working on a couple different projects, but none of them have actual deadlines. Self-publishing has been a series of door slams lately and I am not sure what's next. I am going to let the universe decide and stop the striving.
"What is meant for you cannot miss you, and what misses you is not meant for you."
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