Writing isn't easy.
Most days I find myself staring at a blank page wondering if everything I've dreamt of in this incredibly detailed world is complete nonsense.
It takes a lot to snap out of my doubtful bubbles and remind myself that I'm like every artist out there--every one of them has moments of doubt.
Truth be told it's why I've been so quiet and slightly non-existent. I've had a lot of ups and downs these couple of months, a lot of doubting and what ifs running through my head.
Then I had a lightbulb moment and I liaised with my editor, I asked her how she felt if I deviated from my original plot. Now I know it's a risk but it's a risk I was fully prepared to take if it meant kick-starting my brain again.
Like the star my editor is, she gives the all go and encourages my power of control to do whatever I want as long as my characters reach their goal.
So I went with it and changed the timeline, changed the outcome and it's almost like a dam has burst because my mind has been so focused and rejuvenated that I find all the possibilities overwhelming!
On another note, I attended the London MCM Comic Con this year and bought myself a neat steampunk hat. As always there was a healthy steampunk audience who advertised their work and outfits. It was fun to be a apart of that and honestly (maybe I'm being hopeful here) but in the future I hope to have my own table at a comic con event for a meet and greet. (Who knows what the future holds!)
I hope to be more active on here, keeping you updated with snippets and more ranting of how hard writing can be *joke*
No but really...I'll try to show myself more!
Bye for now!