Putting My Writing in a Bubble

Posted by Katie L. Carroll on October 16, 2013 in Anecdote, WIP, Writing |

I’ve been in kind of a weird place with my writing lately, really feeling the need to put my writerly self in a bubble and focus on what I want from my stories without thinking about the reader, my critique partners, or anyone else. I’ve been putting myself out there a lot lately, with the blog tour last month, contacting schools and bookstores for speaking opportunities, and being really open about my process. So I think it’s time to step back for awhile from all this crazy public life stuff.

That doesn’t mean I won’t be blogging, though. I’ve come to really love my Observation Desk (which in case you didn’t know is the name of this blog), my place that’s all my own where I can wax philosophical (or less than philosophical!) about anything I want. And I love interacting with all my readers through your comments. And I love hosting other authors here, too!

Keep an eye out for a new Females in YA posts with lots of linky love, some scientific type posts (because I haven’t been doing enough of those lately), and pictures. Because pictures are easy posts to do! πŸ˜‰ And of course, all those lovely guest posts from my fellow author friends.

So I’ll be in the bubble, but it seems there will be lots of holes in the bubble for me to breathe and share with you all, but maybe just not about any of my current WIPs! What have you all been up to lately?

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