You have to write the book that wants to be written. And if the book will be too difficult for grown-ups, then you write it for children.
Well, I did. Fingers crossed it might see an audience at some point!
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Working on my third book. Hopefully one of them will see the light of day. 🤣😎🙃
Same here 😉 Still better than just thinking about it. Good luck with them words!
Great quote! Wishing you every success with your new book!
Thank you so much! The hero is a garden gnome, but of course. Something you don’t really find in books for children. My writing friend edited it, so it really is good to go (if a book is ever really finished.) We’ll see, what happens. New year, new luck!
Hi Bonnie, thanks so much but so far it is in German. I doubt, it will get published. I’ll wait a few months more to see what happens. Then I’ll start on the translation. It is the reason, my blogging schedule went completely out of the window last year. Might just as well post snippits here 🙂
Fingers crossed across the miles for you Jeanine.
Hey, I employed a bit of foreshadowing yestersay 😉 Thank you!
I saw that when I caught up!! 🙂