No Looking Back

It’s hard to look back and say what I’d do differently for my next book when I feel like I’m still in the process of launching the first. VINTAGE comes out in trade paperback on Sept. 2 (look for it in your local Target store and wherever else books are sold!) I’m in the middle of talking with my agent and publisher about the plan for the paperback release. And I’m one of those people that believes it’s hard to process something when you’re still in the middle of it.

So I say, don’t look back. Not yet. I’m not ready. Let me look back a year from now or, better off, two years from now. But today, I’m still enjoying the ride and doing the work of getting my debut novel out into the world.

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Susan Gloss is the author of the novel VINTAGE (William Morrow/HarperCollins, March 2014). When she's not writing, toddler wrangling, or working as an attorney, she blogs at Glossing Over It and curates an online vintage store, Cleverly Curated.

3 thoughts on “No Looking Back

  1. Agree completely. It’s like when an athlete or a team wins a championship and the first question from the press is “What about next year?” No, next year can come when it comes.

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