Sometimes I'm so excited to be on the Writer Emotional Roller Coaster and sometimes it's so draining. I'll reach a milestone or a goal and get all excited and then the next day it's like it never happened because I'm on to the next great, or not so great, thing.
Oh, I can't wait until I finish researching for my new shiny, exciting novel.
When I finish this first draft, it's going to be epic.
First Draft sucks.
Second draft smells.
Third draft is it.
No. No. Fourth draft is it.
If I could just get this query right I'm going to be in the home stretch. I know it.
Oh my God. Oh my God. I just got picked to be in the top 50 for a pitch contest. Man, if my pitch gets requests. I'll be beyond ecstatic.
Only one agent liked my pitch. I suck.
Holy freaking cow, I have an agent. Agent. I HAVE an agent.
Agent wants exponentially increasing number of revisions.
Revisions are done. Party time!
My book sucks no publisher is ever going to buy it.
OMG. My book sold to Super Duper Publishing House. It can't get better than this.
Sigh. What if no one reads it? What if my books just gather dust at all the stores? What if there's some mega electronic glitch and people can't download it onto their Kindles and Nooks?
What if? What if?
What if I can't write another book? What if I do and it's worse than the first? What if I do and it's better than the first and then nobody will but the first?
Looking forward to seeing what this next week has in store for the Writer Emotional Roller Coaster.