WRITING A BOOK IS HARD
Sometimes it feels good enough, just knowing there's a document on my computer holding 82k of my most valuable words. I like to think that if I suddenly died it would be published and everyone would laugh and then cry because I'm missed.
Other days I view the 82k word document as a waste of time and energy. It's a collection of stories that people may never read. Even if it goes to print. I spent 7 months-- 6 years and 7 months living the experiences to produce this book.
Most days I dream of becoming a NYT bestseller. I imagine being Lena Dunham where everyone praises my overly honest opinions and mistakes. I think people can learn from my stories; I think I can make people laugh.
In the end I think writing a book was one of the hardest challenges I took on, and even if no one ever buys a copy but my very self, I'll have done it.