Writing The First Book Of My Life

I did something that I wouldn’t think would be possible. But recently, I starting writing a book about my life. And I don’t mean to brag or sound smug, but this book is starting to develop itself into something very interesting.

The reason for me finally writing is that for the past few years, my life has drastically shifted directions. From working two jobs with at-risk populations to quitting work and pursuing a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. And along the way, there were certain events that shook up my life which in turn, I somehow ended up in a position where I could start writing about my life, my struggles, and the people that I connected with in the process.

It’s going to be an interesting read. And an honest take.

I have spent the last six months coming up with an outline and I expect the book to be complete in two or three years. And I know that seems like a long wait, but I want to make sure that everything comes together in the time that it needs to. And I also want to make sure that this experience is as fun as possible for me despite some of the challenges that may arise.

This is a my first venture into writing a book, but I will use my blogging experience as a stepping stone into this grand adventure.

I just want the audience to understand my thoughts during some of my most defining moments in my life whether they agree with my decisions or not.

But we shall see what happens. For now, I want you all to know that I am doing well and to thank you for following me along into this weird journey of mine.

Here’s a glimpse into my book title.

“Fighting Intimately Neglected Demons Of Myself”

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2 thoughts on “Writing The First Book Of My Life”

  1. Thank you for visiting my blog!

    I wrote and published my first book in 2006. It started out as a memoir – retelling a tumultuous period of my life. Then I stopped and decided to write it as an urban fantasy novel. I remember a literary agent read it and said: “my, what an interesting life you’ve had.” I guess I wasn’t as smart as I hoped. Anyway, enjoy the process. You will cry a lot but don’t let it stopped you. The endeavor is cathartic.

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