Kevin Brennan Writes About What It's Like
First, an announcement: I’m raising the prices of my ebooks early in 2016, so if they’re on your TBR list and you’d like to pick up a copy at bargain prices, please do it sooner than later.
In that same vein, Town Father is currently just $2.99, and I’m in desperate need of sales and reviews. So help a goombah out, why don’tcha? Getcher Town Father ebook right over here!
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As I look back at 2015, I see it as one of the best years of my life, and guess what? That had nothing to do with writing. It was mainly due to stock-taking because of my move from Sonoma County to sylvan El Dorado — yes, Gold Country — and now I find my whole outlook transformed. Ducks are lining up in a tidy row, showing me in their anatine way that there are things in life just as rewarding as making shit up in my head and writing it down. Matter of fact, more rewarding. Staring out at the trees, for instance.
Of course, staring out at the trees tends to give me ideas for novels and stories, so it’s an endless cycle. But what’s important is to find a way toward fulfillment, eh? And if the writing life isn’t cutting it, then directing that creative energy someplace else might be a great idea.
Who knows what 2016 will bring? I don’t know. But I do know that 2015 was transformational, and the ripple effect of that is bound to carry well into the new year. After all, staring at the trees does tend to show you how to distinguish them from forests.
Here’s hoping that you find your bliss in 2016, and when you find it take it in a big bear hug and never let go.