Let It Go!
Is this post just an excuse to make Frozen references and Photoshop a cartoon version of my head onto Elsa's body?
Do I actually have a point to make underneath all this insanity?
Let It Go isn't just a catchy tune, but advice every writer should follow at some point in their writing careers.
And this week, I find myself advising me to let it go.
You see, I've finally finished revisions/ edits on my new-adult urban-fantasy, paranormal-romance - which now had a name. YAY! But I'll reveal that another time. ;)
I've done as much as I can on my own, so it's time to hand my baby, which has been 18 months' worth of work, over to CPs and betas.
This is sort of huge for me. I've never gotten this far before. This is the first complete project I've ever sent to more than one or two people in it's entirety
Instead of worrying about what they'll think, or if it's good enough, I'm letting go. I'm trusting my critters, and am going to enjoy the time away from my project. I've already started making notes for the next books in the series, plus I want to look at the novel Kyra Lennon and I are co-writing.
The criticism never bothered me anyway ...