I'm a co-host this month along with the terrific bloggers:
The first order of business is to announce the release of IWSG first fiction anthology. Parallels: Felix Was Here, showcases the talents of our group.
What if the government tried to create the perfect utopia? Could a society linked to a supercomputer survive on its own? Do our reflections control secret lives on the other side of the mirror? Can one moment split a person’s world forever?
Exploring the fantastic, ten authors offer incredible visions and captivating tales of diverse reality. Featuring the talents of L. G. Keltner, Crystal Collier, Hart Johnson, Cherie Reich, Sandra Cox, Yolanda Renee, Melanie Schulz, Sylvia Ney, Michael Abayomi, and Tamara Narayan.
Hand-picked by a panel of agents and authors, these ten tales will expand your imagination and twist the tropes of science fiction. Step through the portal and enter another dimension!
It's already garnering great reviews. Check it out.
I've been really busy and I find my writing progress falling by the wayside. It's happened before and some days, when I get those minute paychecks, I wonder why I keep doing this. I know it will pass, but I'm having some of those moments. A fellow writer shared this with our group because others were feeling the same way as me.
It’s you against you. — Creed (2015 boxing movie with Sylvester Stallone)
90% of being a successful artist isn’t talent. It’s physical fatigue, mental energy and emotional maturity. — Keith Urban
So, I'm going to be mature and get over myself. Never stop fighting for that dream.
Have you picked up the anthology yet? What is interfering with your writing progress this month? Ever feel like your greatest opponent is you?