The Naming of Colton Black. It begins on faith.

With a break comes new projects. First up? Living in my third book — The Naming of Colton Black. It’s a bit like a new relationship, starting a new story. Hurt from the last, I’m revved up to begin again, anew, refreshed, determined to make this one work. 

And who better to ease me into a new relationship than Alan Watt — author of the 90-day novel. You probably annoyingly remember my fondness of his 90-day rewrite. When I learned he had a novel helper, I immediately gave him more of my money and bought it.  Now, as it sits beside me, I feel slightly faint. Lightheaded with joy — and fear. Will this work? Or will I fail? Easier to continue staring at the black binding, convincing myself that “tomorrow” will be the day. Until tomorrow becomes an endless excuse.

So, today, I begin. leap. I risk. I chance. And ready myself for creative newness. Hello, third book. It’s nice to meet you.

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