Recently, I’ve become aware of the improvement in my writing.
It happened by my wife reading the first chapter of the book I wrote in December.
She commented on how different and how much it improved upon a separate fantasy novel I wrote a couple of years ago.
To see my wife, who has shared my writing journey as my biggest supporter, pushed me the hardest to improve on how far I can push the scare factor or the limits of what scares me to put on the pages, enjoy and compliment me on improvements, makes me smile.
As a writer who is working toward publishing, this year if everything works out, I believe being honest and working on what you’re afraid to write is important.
I didn’t always feel that way.
I didn’t want to write what scared me. I didn’t want to push the boundaries of what I was comfortable with.
Now I am.
Pushing the limits of our own creativity is important. To me it is singularly the most important thing we can do.
I’m working on something new and if you follow me on Instagram, you know where I’m heading with this one.
I have a lot of stories to write and I hope you’ll continue, or begin to follow me.