On the one hand, I’m rather nervous, but on the other hand, I’m also quite proud.
The guide on writing descriptions that I wrote for Mythic Scribes has now been shared over 300 times on various social media sites. On top of that I also received some positive comments about it from people who found the guide useful.
This means a lot to me. It’s very encouraging, but like I said, it also makes me nervous. I was thinking I could just wing it and throw the next part of the guide together over the weekend and then be done with it. It doesn’t feel like such a good idea anymore. It’s not good enough.
If people actually read what I’ve written – and it looks like they really do – then I owe it to them to make sure I have something worth saying, and say it well.
I’m pretty sure I’ve got a good idea to start with, but I need to work on the presentation. I have to come up with a few good examples, and I have to figure out how to explain my ideas in a concise and accessible way – without rambling.
I do tend to ramble – especially when I’m not entirely sure what I’m trying to say.