Last week, I received some valuable advice about keeping your focus on your goal. He suggested keeping what you dream to achieve, no matter how out of touch it might seem, in front of you for inspiration. If you have a daily reminder of what you want to achieve—dream to achieve—you will gravitate toward that goal.
Since my novel Club Neverland is no longer sellable in the market due to multiple Peter Pan retellings being tossed around and sold at this time, I've made a book cover to inspire me to keep going with the novel, whether it be through a small publishing house or by self-publishing.
Today I encourage you to create, buy, or find a focus for inspiration so you keep following the dreams in your heart.
PS. I had a super fun dinner at the Melting Pot with a bunch of writers last Sunday—some local, some in for work. Friends and fellow writers are also great inspiration. Here's the pics from that delicious night.
From left to right: Larissa Hardesty, Christy Farley, Amy Parker, Lisa Iriarte. Across from her Joe Iriarte, Heather Burch, Krystalyn Drown, Lucienne Diver, and Me.