Wednesday, 4 May 2016

Things Left Undone

I hate to leave things unfinished, and by this I mean art and writing projects.

Last fall I went back and pulled a project out of the file, 12 art pieces about the Native phases of the moon. I may have scrapped most, okay all, of that original work (it was old and not up to my current style or standard), but that was alright because I went with the idea, and completed 12 new pieces.

That new work may just be sitting in my portfolio, but it's the sense of accomplishment I have for finally seeing it completed.

Same goes with a great deal of my writing. I have a collection of short stories and poems, most of which were written when my first grandchildren were born. It was only when I joined a local writing group that I stretched my wings and tried for something more.

That first book, more of a woman's story than a romance, at least by Harlequin's standards, has sat untouched for years. I decided to dust it off and update it a bit. Today, it went Live on Amazon.

Thanks to my brother for another great cover.


Here's the link if you want to check it out.

http://www.amazon.ca/Left-Doubt-Deborah-Lean-ebook/dp/B01F5NHB3U?ie=UTF8&*Version*=1&*entries*=0


2 comments:

betty said...

Looks intriguing! Good luck with it!

betty

Deborah Lean said...

The link works from Facebook, don't know why it has issues here.

https://www.facebook.com/Deborah-Lean-Author-231221980351327/