Inconsistent Genres

If you’re reading this, I’m not back from vacation.  Also, if you’re reading this, thanks.

I wish I had something important to talk about.  I tried to think of a topic before hand, but I just got caught up in packing and work.

I told someone I wanted to publish my story from NaNoWriMo.  Which is interesting, because I have never told anyone I wanted to publish something.  I found it interesting that those words, “Yes, I want to publish my NaNo” were being typed by my very own fingers.  And you know what?  It’s true.  Not that I think it’s that good, but only because it’s number one on my bucket list.  After I publish a book, my life is literally complete (as far as I’m concerned).

Ok, so I don’t want to publish a bad book.  But I want to publish something.  I did get a poem of mine printed in a book that people have in their houses…but that was a long time ago and it was a poem and it was in the back with all of the “eh” entries.  It should count, but it’s not good enough (haha).

Even if that’s not the book I publish, I don’t care.  Just allow a book that I wrote to be in print and in stores for people to see when they walk in.

Which brings me to another point: I’m not very consistent with my genres.  Seriously, what author out there does fantasy, and horror, and mystery?  I have a couple that are realistic fiction, but now I have a suspense/mystery story in the works, along with a comedy.  If you could help me out here, that would ease my mind.  Not that I’d stick to one genre though.  If I have an idea, I’m going to write it.

That’s all I have for now.  I hope you all have been having fun and I will give you an update next Friday.

See ya!

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