As one can likely imagine, to write a book is a solo effort. Unless if you’re part of the rare exceptions where you’re co-writing a project with someone, you’re pretty much the master mind behind it all; in creating the characters, the settings, the plot, and what not. It’s very fulfilling, for you don’t have to give in to anyone else’s input other than your own. As modest as you may be, at the end of the day, you are the god of your own little world.
Writing A Moment’s Worth was a challenge for sure. There’s no denying it. However, I think the only challenge that was adamantly present was as to whether or not I could write something at the length of a novel. As far as being on my own and writing solo goes, that was never an issue for me. If anything, writing the novel- or just writing in general- for me is the extension of my journey alone. Continue reading “Journey Alone”