You Want to Write a Book?


This is exactly what I have been looking for. Thanks Colleen, I’m not as mad as I thought.

Colleen Chesebro ~ The Fairy Whisperer

I wanted to write a book for years and I had so many ideas that I could not ever settle on an idea to move forward.  I immobilized myself with self-doubt and thought-chaos.  Here is another fine graphic to get you on your writing path found on Natasha Lester, Author.

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I am at stage 3 moving into stage 4 at a rapid pace, as thoughts culminate and move through my mind and into the keyboard before me.  I had no idea it was like this for everyone… I thought it was just me!  I feel liberated!

Thanks for checking on me today.  I have to get back to my keyboard.  I will see you again,

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