Soon I will be revealing the title to my next story. Geez, I sound like a writer. Am I? Well, according to my historical fiction set in the 1920’s, “You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby!”
That’s how I feel. Yes, energized, unsure, trying new things and a whole lot of unknowns. How can I go on this path? I need the assurances, the paychecks, the God given smiles from Christians that you are doing a good job. Why on earth would anyone try something with no certainties?
Because it’s all mine. It’s me. It’s like sewing a dress, winning a tennis match, reading a book, and watching Titanic all rolled into one glorious masterpiece. There you have it! I won.
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Thanks for reading. See next time. Picture credit from Georgia’s Author of the Year nomination and dinner. My husband and son, Michael and Matthew, accompanied me to this fine event at Kennesaw University where I met other nominated authors.
Just in case you’ve found my writing blog let me update you on all things related.
I’m totally doing too many things at once but will continue. I’m not frantic yet, its just that my goals and plans all came together and well you know the rest. No sleeping dogs here.
Presently I’m working on North Depot 1922, which is the temporary title of my historical fiction novel. Suddenly, with a bit of inspiration the new title presented itself. I hope to reveal this March 1st or April 1st. I think you’ll like it. Its sweet like one of my characters.
Other works I’d like to do are more poetry, children’s & teen stories and, of course, get picked up so someone else can promote me, do the very detailed & professional work of spacing, book covers, and final editing. It is amazing work that self-published authors do all by themselves.
I am very proud of my novel Into the Vines which you can find on Barnes & Noble and Amazon. I published this January of 2015. They have digital and paper copies for purchase! Look under Kim Troike or Caroline Clemens books.
I do like the writing, it comes easy, so naturally that it surprises even me. Without readers though it would be like a symphony that had no sound, you know its great but you didn’t really experience it. Your loss.
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Thanks for following me. Just in case you’ve heard about Indie authors and wanted to read one of them, then here I am. My characters are waiting to board the train so I must go …
By Kim Troike
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