This morning I sent the final version of Scribbling the Eternal to my beta readers. I began writing it on December 4, 2016. According to it has taken me 2 years, 8 months, and 24 days to write and edit this book. I feel like I should feel happy or at least relieved that it’s finally finished, but all I feel is anxiety.

Weeks ago, I fell into a deep depression and it persists. I don’t really know why; I’m sure much of it is chemical, and my meds can only do so much. My psychologist believes a lot of it has to do with the book’s upcoming release. I’ve put so much into this novel that thinking about how it will be received just overwhelms me. My beta readers and two others who have read it in its entirety said it’s really good, so I hope my readers like it and think it’s a good sequel.

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    thank you for letting me read it early, it was a beautiful adventure to read through. left me both in wonderment and heartbroken. I can’t WAIT for your readers to get their hands on it!! It’s gonna be awesome 🙂

  2. Hello. My name is Shawn. I just completed Scribbling Victims. I loved it. I read a lot of Vampire novels and your book is truly unique. I loved it. I’m looking forward to book 2. I’ve gone through some recent depression too so I can relate. Good luck to you.

    • Thank you for your post, Shawn. And thank you especially for reading my book. I’m very happy you enjoyed it and thought it was unique. I sincerely hope you like Scribbling the Eternal just as much when it is released later this year. I hope you hang in there with your depression. I know it’s not easy.

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