I am a huge Eminem fan, and since I treated my Stan-self with a copy of his latest greatest hits album called Curtain Call 2, I decided to open it up for the first time in front of the camera!
Social anxiety and depression are something teenagers and adults share. There is no age restriction on one of the most horrific and devastating commonly-shared life issues. I was no exception.
How do you cope with emotional pain? How often do you cry alone, and how often do you do the same in front of other people? I would like to get readers’ feedback on this because I am curious if my “straight face” approach to life’s difficulties is a common thing.
If you see hidden tears as a big mistake, I’m afraid I don’t have much to brag about. I’m not exactly a role model as far as dealing with emotions is concerned.
If you ask me do I know any published authors, I can safely say you are looking at one, without lying in the process. But I am yet to hold that title under the Publishing House umbrella, which means I will soon leave the self-publishing boat for metaphorical watercraft that arguably has a better captain. Enter the traditional publishing.
But why am I even considering going through this process when there is Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing out there, especially when traditional publishing infamously guarantees your book will not see the light of day for at least a year and a half?