So it’s out. My second novel, Unbeweaveable is in stores and I’m surprisingly calm about the whole thing. With my first book Six O’clock, I lost sleep and went a little crazy worrying over how well the book would do. I promised myself, (and my hubby) that I wouldn’t do it this time around. So I’ve taken a whole different attitude with this book and decided that I would do the best I could pre-publication, but once it’s out of my hands, it’s literally out of my hands. I have no control over how Unbeweaveable will be received and I’m not going to cause any wrinkles by worrying about it.
Writing a book is like blowing air in a balloon. You blow, and blow, and blow—filling your lungs expand and contract as you blow life into this balloon—and once it’s all done you tie a string around the end and let it go. So folks Unbeweaveable is out there, flying around in a book store near you. I hope that it flies off the shelves and into your homes but I have no control over that. But you do don’t you? So don’t let my baby wander aimlessly in the sky alone. Pick her up and take her home and read her!
She’s worth it.
I’ll be stopping at a few blogs for the next couple of weeks. First on my stop? One of my favorite blogs ever, Hair on the Brain. One of the reasons why I love this blog so much is because it talks about all types of hair, African-American hair, Caucasian hair—the wonderful creator Valerie covers it all. This blog should definitely be added to your blog roll if you are a lover of hair tips, product reviews and cool interviews with celebrity hair stylists. But let me stop yapping and click here to check out the interview.