No one wants to feel like they're destined for mediocrity. I've said from the beginning I think my book is good, not great, but good. I'm proud of it. I like that people like it. And I know I've said a million times that I refuse to let the lack of mainstream success define my own view of success.
Again, that's hard.
For now I'm focusing on what I do know.
- I wrote a book, actually I wrote two. Two and half if you want to get technical.
- People like my book, for the most part, as far as I know.
- I will always be writing, always trying to get better. I'm only 27 (almost 28) I have my whole life to get published.
- I love writing, and I will never stop. No matter how many times my manuscripts get rejected. Hell, London Escape has been rejected some sixty-odd times.