One Wednesday a month we write about things that make us feel insecure. Some days we authors have quite a collection we can lament about. For me, it's the usual problem with new things. I have a new website, childrensbookswithlifelessons.com and I write about inspiring kids, but each post also contains information on how to write good children's stories. It's a new twist on blogging. True to form, I'm having a learning curve. On Saturday, I did 50 revisions before it looked respectable. Yikes. But the next day it took about 17 edits, so we're moving in the right direction. Yay! I feel totally dopey when something new comes along because the learning curve thing is a tradition. On the positive side, I know eventually, I'll prevail and it'll be one more obstacle that's been conquered. Whenever you come across a difficult task, remember that you will prevail if you persevere. The only time you fail is if you quit. Perseverance is always the key to success.
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Totally agree, the only failure is giving up. Good luck with your website :)ReplyDelete
Thank you, Laura. I hope you stop by to check it out some time. Have a great day.ReplyDelete
Yep. Giving up guarantees failure. Glad you're not doing that.ReplyDelete
Definitely not doing that, C. Lee! ) I hope you stop by my website sometime, because I write about inspirational kids there. I think you'd like it. www.childrensbookswithlifelessons.com.Delete
Deanie, you've got the right attitude! Just keep trying and persevering - that's all we can do, even if the road is tough.ReplyDelete
You're so right about that, Julie. None of us can get anywhere without trying. But the good thing is when you are rewarded after your hard work, you feel like you've done something important.Delete
Thank you so much for stopping by. I hope you visit my website as well, because I write about inspiring kids there.
Perseverance is certainly the key to success. The only way we can fail, is by giving up. I needed to hear that today. Thanks, Deanie. :)ReplyDelete
I know you're going through a very difficult time, Candilynn. But, since you will prevail, you will reap the rewards for your work eventually. It makes the victory a little sweeter, too.Delete
We writers are all perfectionists are we? I'm proud of you for sticking with it. Good Luck on your new website.ReplyDelete
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Thank you, Leanne, it's a pleasure to meet you and thank you for visiting by blog. I hope that you stop by my website sometime because I blog about amazing kids.-www.childrensbookswithlifelessons.com.Delete
Perseverance is the key! And a dose of positivity helps too!ReplyDelete
You're correct, Michelle, being positive is also a big benefit!)Delete
The learning curve really is a tradition, glad your revisions and edits are coming along…no matter how many times you had to do it, as long as you do it, you're good! Hugs ;)ReplyDelete
That's true, Katherine. It's annoying not to get it right the first time, but at least we're going in the right direction. Hugs back to you oxDelete
Stay positive, Deanie. It will all work out.ReplyDelete
It's the only way to be, Susanne. ) Hope you're having a great weekend.Delete