As I was working away tonight on the first day of this new year on the fourth book with my amazing co-author, D.D. Scott, I received a Spotify message with a song suggestion from a friend. The band was one that I hadn’t listened to since high (secondary) school.
I started looking at some of their old songs and one of the titles caught my attention. The name of the song is: THE THING THAT SHOULD NOT BE.
And that’s kind of what I’ve been feeling like the past few months.
While D.D. and I started out co-writing the STUCK WITH A series together, due to unforeseen issues, much of the second and most of the third title was written solely by her.
Of course, I feel like a heaping pile of poo because of this, and I’m trying to do the bulk of the writing on our current project to make up for it.
D.D. might think this post hits a little too close to home, but I have a problem with honesty. I can’t help myself, even if I come out not looking so good.
So, here we go. It’s a new year and we’re all writing away in hopes of making this the best year possible for our e-publishing goals.
You out there in WG2E land…Have you ever been in a similar situation?
Have you ever felt like you haven’t carried your weight on a project (despite your best intentions) or felt like your partner wasn’t carrying his/her weight? Let us know.