Hands down, Entope (aka A.R. Williams) is my favorite author/blogger, although I can’t bring myself to read her erotica…Amazon’s freebie “peek inside” short story damn near killed me.
It’s been a long time since I talked about certainty and fear when it comes to making decisions. Fear makes bad decisions (unless the decision is to avoid swimming with hungry sharks and an open wound). That sounds simple enough to apply, but there are a lot of times when fear can sound like certainty, so how do you tell the difference?
It’s a hard question. Scared isn’t a good measure, because the choice borne of certainty is often terrifying. Fear is always there in some part. The best example I can come up with from my own life is the book. I’ve been scared the whole way. I’m still scared. What if it isn’t good enough? It almost doesn’t matter who likes it… I can’t think of an external voice loud enough to cure me of the fear that it isn’t good enough.
But if I had stayed there…
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