It’s the first Wednesday in August and time for the Insecure Writer’s Support Group. This is a supportive network of writers who post about their writing insecurities and then hop to the blogs of other writers to commiserate with everyone else. It’s a great idea, and I’m thrilled to be a participant. If you’d like to support some of the other writers involved, click here: http://alexjcavanaugh.blogspot.com/p/insecure-writers-support-group.html
As to my own personal insecurity, well, it centers around time. I worry that with all of my other life responsibilities I’m giving my novel short shrift, and in doing so, I’m limiting the possibility of the story developing into what I originally envisioned. I’m been working on my book for over a year now, and I’ve made great strides, but I want more. I want the book to meet my own personal expectations, and, hopefully, find an audience someday. Can that happen if it’s being written in small snatches of time? Will it?