Well, it’s been a little while!
The past couple of weeks have been busy – catching up with family, friends, trying to prevent the house falling into too much disarray, celebrating my husband’s birthday, six months of marriage, and (in the next few days) two years since we started dating.
I’ve also been fairly anxious – which is nothing new for me. Personally, I think it kinda likes to jump around, always lurking in the background, waiting for the next thing to jump on and latch it’s claws into. Dealing with it is certainly a process, one I’m still working out.
Meanwhile, Seregn is still with my copy editor, and will be for at least another week or two, though I should have it back by the end of the month.
In the midst of all this, I’ve been quite tired, had some late nights, and haven’t had the time, energy, or capacity to be creative. Yet Seregn still progresses!
This week I confirmed with my publishing coordinator that I was ready to progress to the next stage in the process of publishing my book – registering the title, arranging the book formatting, and beginning the cover design process.
To celebrate this next step, I thought it was about time to share a sneak peek of Seregn!
At the very beginning of Seregn, I include a poem – Matteo’s Lullaby. Matteo is one of the main characters in Seregn, and this lullaby is a piece of his homeland he carries with him, which has some pretty important symbolism for the story. It’s the one piece of poetry I include in the novel, which currently stands at about 163,000 words.
You can watch below!
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