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FTW when you surprise your boyfriend at work and his eyes lit up when he sees you *Care* *InLove2*

Anyone been in love like this before?

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๐ŸŒœ Howling @ HuntersMoon, it's because you know there's a good chance there's GPs, MBs, or something else involved. *Rolling*
alright y'all, now kiss!
Uh, yeah, his wife might be upset by that. *Laugh* When I said GPs, MBs, or something else, I meant something else like raffle tickets or other goodies among friends. *Rolling*
Me: *starts a second Job on Wednesday the 8th and wants to be well rested*

The job I currently have: *double shifts me the day before*

Just my luck *FacePalm* *RollEyes* *Headbang*





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I have worked two jobs before, I know how you feel. The best advice I can give you is to pace your self, do not get burned out. Take a few snacks with you to keep your energy up.
Ah - that's tough.
Just let the thought that you're leaving keep you buoyed up! *Smile*
I HAVE A NEW ITEM IN MY PORTFOLIO!!!

"My World Starts Here





happy anniversary
*Balloonr* Happy Anniversary *BalloonR*
see above.

Happy 7th!
Kindest Regards, Lilli
*Giftp* *Giftt* *GiftV* *Giftp* *Giftt* *GiftV*
I aDoRe HaViNg A bLiStEr On My FoOt AnD nOt KnOwInG wHeRe It CaMe FrOm *Headbang*
I have a new item in my portfolio.

 The Future + Love  (E)
written by my boyfriend. yes, by my boyfriend
#2254138 by Izzy's Writing




Start my new job tomorrow and I'm nervous *Yikes*
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I'd think something was wrong with you if you weren't nervous. You will do fine! Anxiety isn't a bad thing, it means you care. Deep breathing and knowing as much as you can about your job will help. Be open! Good luck!!
It is natural to be nervous. Just be yourself and do your best; that is all anyone can ask.
Fun Fact(s) of the day:

1) William Fun Fact: William Shakespeareโ€™s father held a lot of different jobs, and at one point got paid to drink beer.

2) Friedrich von Schiller kept rotten apples in his desk, claiming he needed the scent of their decay to help him write.

3) Anthony Trollope began his writing day at 5.30 every morning. He would write 250 words every 15 minutes, pacing himself with a watch.

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What's going on here? You're the second person today to channel dragonwoman. She's the original factoid queen. *Laugh*
Glad to see I am inspiring someone else.*BigSmile* I am especially intrigued by Will's dad and the beer drinking job.
Yep, after looking for hours at writing fantasy or historical fiction or anything different.....

I've decided to go with a romance novel

I love love okay?!
*InLove* *FacePalm* *BigSmile* *Angelic*



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Nothing wrong with playing to your strengths, right?
๐ŸŒœ Howling @ HuntersMoon

This doesn't surprise you, does it?
How about a historical fiction piece about a mermaid who falls in love. That about covers all three. *Laugh*
Y'all, I'm going to need a lot of help. It sounds stupid, I know.

Many of you know that I published a poetry book about 2 months ago. And I'll be publishing another one around December or so.

But now, but now, I'm considering publishing a story of my own. No, not a poetry book, my own written story. Self-published, of course. And I will need help because I've never published anything this big before.

Can I bounce ideas off you guys and see what you think?
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I'm thinking of just self-publishing my novels and let it go as that. I don't expect too much out of it except I want to see how it looks in print. If someone else is interested that's fine too. I think that's a good idea. You'll be in control when you self-publish.
I have self published like 14 or 15 novels on createspace then https://kdp.amazon.com. they make it easy to submit your print ready files and even have a cover creator app to make your cover with. I usually do my own artwork but you can use some of theirs or anything you have publication rights to like public domain stuff. The hard part is you have to do your own editing and format the file for inside the book correctly, including isbn information. They will provide the isbn numbers for free and the only thing it costs to print or kindle publish with them is the the cost of a printed proof copy if you want one. You can publish after approving their online proof if you want and your book can be on sale in the amazon store within 24-48 hours of you approving your proof.

I haven't had a bad experience with them.
Hey, @ published writers!

Have you published more than once?

If you have, how long of a wait between books did you publish?




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Yep. Because I trad publish only and use a variety of publishers, they actually get together to co-ordinate. So in November Black Hare Press are releasing a book, in January Little Demon Books are releasing a book and about April AM Ink Publishing are releasing a book. I am trusting them to do the right thing - and they all want profits.

For self-publishing, I have no idea. Sorry. Don't do it.
Read About My Talk With Autumn!

 My Talk With Autumn  (E)
the lovely autumn has some things to say
#2253598 by Izzy's Writing


Be Inspired!

 My Mind Healed  (ASR)
how my mind and I battled back
#2253597 by Izzy's Writing


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