So Long, And Thanks for All the Fish.

I didn’t put my name in the title, but I’m sure you have no doubt who’s writing here.

The year has come full circle, and although I could fill volumes with my thoughts about the process … what I’ve learned, the friends I’ve made, and how much I’ve loved this year at the debutante ball, I think it far more fitting to end my posts the way they started.

Besides, if a picture is worth a thousand words, I’ll say far more this way.

Being a debut author is a little like a reef.

Seen from a distance, the experience is lovely.

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And as you get closer to release, you discover there’s more to see than meets the eye.

You defeat the tentacled edit-monster …

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peek from the weeds to read a review or two (hopefully mostly good ones!)…

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and watch your beloved story bloom into a real book.

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And best of all, you make new friends who share the process with you:

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Thank you all for reading my posts and sharing my debut year. Your friendship and companionship means more than I can express.

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  1. Susan, it’s been a learning experience for your readers too, really. Good luck and best wishes for a successful and rewarding writing career. I’ve enjoyed your blog. 🙂

  2. Aw, man. You used the line I’ve been saving to say goodbye to you here. 😉

    Thank goodness it’s not really goodbye–we’ll still see each other around the interwebz! 🙂

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