I’m sorry, there appears to be a Victoria-shaped puddle on the floor. Mind your step.

I’m sorry, there appears to be a Victoria-shaped puddle of angst on the floor right now, but no sign of Victoria herself.

We believe she reached the point in revising where she began to question, doubt, and/or hate everything.

We suspect this viscous pool is some kind of defense mechanism.

We poked it with a stick, but it only muttered curses.

While we devise a way to reconstitute this blog’s author, have another video.

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4 thoughts on “I’m sorry, there appears to be a Victoria-shaped puddle on the floor. Mind your step.

  1. Ann Rought says:

    You used viscous! I LOVE that word. Seriously, though, you’ve sold two books and you have readers, dear. You’ll be fine. It’s good to question, it gives you room to grow as a writer, for belief and confidence to take root. ❤

  2. Jeffrey West says:

    That video fills me with joy.

  3. Maybe if you guys vacuum the puddle up and seal it in a jar, it’ll tell you where to find Victoria! Or you could keep poking it with a stick.
    I love this video! Good luck returning to your former self!

  4. *feeds the puddle some brain juice.* I think this phase is something writers can’t avoid, unfortunately 😦

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