With the conclusion of “Freeing Tanner Rose” impending, I’m feeling a tad depressed, and somewhat fearful! Don’t get me wrong…there’s definitely some joy included in the vat of mixed emotions.
This has become the norm as the end of one book is replaced with the beginning of another! At least, it’s also what happened when I finished “The Destiny of Sunshine Ranch.”
I started typing up “Freeing Tanner Rose” in 2009. I’m not sure when I began scribbling in my notebook. I usually begin my novels this way. My point? It took approximately five years to write this novel. And now I have to let it go. This is it. Once it’s published, it’s done!
So, I’m a little sad because I have to let it go, and I’m afraid for the same reason. At this point I’ve drained all possibility of anything else occurring that would benefit this story further. But what if something comes to mind when it’s published?
I’ve loved, hated, laughed, and cried through the process. The only thing left to do is pray. I pray that I wrote the best story that I could write, and that I glorified my Maker in doing so.
Creating “Freeing Tanner Rose” is over. But getting to know the novel is not. It’s just the beginning for my readers.
Now, I just need to decide which of my back-burner novels to work on next!
More about “Freeing Tanner Rose”…
“Freeing Tanner Rose” – Book Description
Revising Woes for “Tanner Rose”
“Freeing Tanner Rose” Update: Jumping into Chapter One When Writing Fiction Novels