In my mind, I still can't get passed the feeling I am spinning my wheels at the best. A lot of the feeling started in 2012, when my entries in a FB contest were sabotaged by a jealous person. I did beat the person, but by hacking the contest and forcing me out of the of the top 3, she won the war.
It took me two years to get passed what happened, and in the mean time, the winners of the contest had work offers. What riles me, is according to many people I am better than one of them.
Things aren't helped by needing to re-edit A Sailor's Love, my ghost romance has already taken over a year, and I am not sure if it is worth going ahead with the edits.
I enjoyed the creation of the characters and scenarios involved in the book -- there are few books I didn't enjoy writing -- but, at the end of line, will anybody else?
With the trend for short reads, ASL could end up as another dud, a book I loved, but never sold.
A sign you are progressing is when people ask you for an interview as happened today. Out of the blue, I was asked to do an interview on a blog.