It’s something I’ve written about before, but I was reminded of this recently. As someone who’s struggled a lot through their life on various levels, I’ve often felt like my life was doomed to stay on negative paths. When your brain is so used to things going wrong, it just assumes everything will, and so […]
Thursday Reminder… ~xoxo Marianne This is Post 87 of 100 as part of the #100DaysofMKAuthorLife. P.S. – Shameless Plug Time! Ripple (Persy & Sully) (Seaside Valleria #2), is coming out next Tuesday, July 3rd! If you haven’t pre-ordered yet, you can do so via the links below. Amazon: http://geni.us/SV2AZ iBooks: http://geni.us/SV2iBooks Nook: http://geni.us/SV2Nook Kobo: http://geni.us/SV2Kobo Google: http://geni.us/SV2Google Goodreads: http://geni.us/SV2Goodreads
There’s another part to overcoming fear, and that’s your mindset and how you view yourself. Learning to recognize or delve into the root of our fears is important, but just as important is changing your mindset about your fears. Thinking you won’t succeed at something won’t help you succeed. Some people say that positive thinking
Before we continue with my series on overcoming fear, let’s celebrate a new release! Rush, Hector & Millie’s story, the first in my Seaside Valleria series, is out now! “I’m messed up,” she confessed. He’d probably figured that out, but she needed to say it. “I know, baby,” he said softly. “That doesn’t turn me
I’m continuing my overcoming fear series with a post on fear of success. There are many things in life that you can be afraid to succeed at, from more mundane things like keeping your desk clean (I don’t always succeed at that one) to bigger goals like being a kickass aunt to my nieces (I
Yesterday, I talked about getting to the root of fear. Today, I’ll talk more about that journey. For me, the real fear wasn’t writing, it was living a life I wanted to live. I did intense introspection about my life, taking it apart and examining each piece. This was something I did daily, more than
Today, I’m starting my series of posts on how I overcame my fear of writing (and a great many other things). FEAR. Hearing that word, even reading that word…it can send a chill down your spine. It can send goosebumps skittering across your skin. FEAR. It has the power to destroy you. But ONLY if
This is the most personal post I’ve written. I am putting a trigger warning on this post, so please consider that before reading.* I debated posting this. I always want to create a positive experience for my readers (whether that’s readers of the blog or my books), and this is a very heavy subject. But,
It’s turning out to be one of those weeks… There are forces in my life that tell me I’m constantly not good enough. That I need to change parts of me to fit whatever idealized version they have for my life. Sometimes it’s a physical change, sometimes it’s something else about my life they hate
The habits of motivation… I’ve talked a little in various posts about how I’m trying to change different things in my life, and different habits. I’ve seen such a change in my life just by implementing SMALL changes here and there. Someone asked me which books or resources I used to help me with that.
Today’s starting off on a good note… I am SO excited because Seaside Valleria 3 is off to my editor! Whew! This is off to my developmental editor, which could take a month or more, so I’m not expecting to work on it again July (I’m hoping for an August release if everything goes well).
Thursday Reminder… Not all days are good, but there’s something good in every day. Remembering this is another way I stay positive on rough days. If you’re having a rough day, take some time to find that something good. ~xoxo Marianne This is Post 52 of 100 as part of the #100DaysofMKAuthorLife.