I’ve received emails from people who ask me how much of myself I put into the stories I write and how much of the stories are based on experiences I’ve had.
My response is always that I put all of myself into what I write. Putting any lesser amount would seem pointless. If you’re going to do something, you may as well do it to the fullest and do it right. I also tell them that some of the stories are loosely based on experiences I’ve had, but not all of them. And I usually leave my answer at that … nothing more.
The reasoning is: I understand fully that I am one of many writers in this world who knows what the acronym ABDL stands for and who has a personal understanding and opinion of what it means. I don’t ever want to come of as sounding like I’m anything more than that.
I also don’t ever look at anything I write as being life-changing or earth-shattering in importance. Because the truth is: few things in life are that important. And always remembering this makes it possible to maintain a humble modesty that is healthy.
Every Word is a Piece of Me is an ebook I’ve created that is based on the one and only blog I have ever kept in my life. And that blog you will find on this website.
This is the third ebook in the blog series and when I put them up online, I intend for them to be free. But, Amazon and Barnes & Noble require a minimum price. So I’ve also put this book up on Smashwords, a site that allows free pricing and has formatting for all ebook readers (including the Amazon Kindle and the Barnes & Noble Nook).
The importance of this book is no greater than any other. And I will always proudly state that. But, as with everything else I’ve written, I put all of myself into it and Every Word is a Piece of Me.Kindle Nook Smashwords (All formats, including: Ibook, Kobo, Sony)
Also check out the first two blog books:Every Word is a Piece of My Heart Kindle Nook Smashwords (All formats, including: Ibook, Kobo, Sony) Every Word is a Piece of My Soul Kindle Nook Smashwords (All formats, including: Ibook, Kobo, Sony)