I’m a nervous soul at the best of times, I get anxious about minor things and let them snowball until they take up my every waking thought. I don’t want to be this way and I’m sure it can be frustrating for the people around me. I used to keep it all bottled up inside but try to talk more now about my feelings and emotions, the good and the bad. This helps to release the pressure and tension building up inside me.
My new book, ‘The Kirkwood Scott Chronicles: A New Jerusalem,’ is released on 6th October. A mere 12 days away. It’s already available to pre-order via your local Amazon site. This is the culmination of a year’s work. I’m excited as the big day draws ever nearer, it’s a bit like an early Christmas, but nervous at the same time. The voice is my head is having a field day, whispering not so sweet nothings into my ear at random times of the day and night.
I’m also nervous about posting this blog. It’s a promotional piece, but at the same time it’s not. I know I need to get my book out there but, at the same time, worry that people are sick to the back teeth hearing about it. It’s a fine line between switching folk on or turning them off. Unfortunately I don’t have a huge marketing team and advertising campaign behind me so this is what I must do. The reaction to this post will tell.
So, 12 days to go. They will fly past but drag past in equal measure. I’m always grateful for the support and interaction the blog gets and I enjoy replying to comments and questions. Today is no different. If you have any queries about the book and it’s predecessor, ‘Skelly’s Square,’ then feel free to ask them below. I’ll get back to you as quick as I can. And if you could support my writing dream by reading my work I’ll be forever thankful.