Well, it’s out. “Wielder of Tiren” is up for sale. Both the paperback and the ebook. Don’t worry, I’ll provide links at the end of this post.
Arwenna’s story is now over. I’m waiting for reviews (always) and hoping I didn’t disappoint my readers with how her story ends. She’s been with me in various forms for a decade now. It wasn’t easy for me to let her go, but it was necessary.
Because of her, I’m now a published author. Because of her, I’m now the COO of a growing indie house. Because of her, I found the strength in me that I didn’t know existed.
Because of her, I’ve come out of my shell.
I learned a lot writing her story. About myself, my friends. Of what I can accomplish, how to inspire others to reach beyond the lessons we were taught far too young. The ones that say we’re not going to be good enough to reach our goals. That, yes, there will be obstacles put in front of us. But it’s how we work to get past those obstacles, the people we are when things suck, that’s what matters.
And that we tried in the first place.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. There’s a lot of me in Arwenna. Too much in some ways. As she grew, healed, and found her strength so did I.
Thank you to each and every one of you that’s gone on the journey with her. Because of her, my muse is now dancing outside and free. No longer locked away and the voice silenced.
May you find the key to unlocking your muse as well.
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Well done Kate! What an accomplishment.
Thanks for sharing your parallel journey with Arwenna.
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Inspiring words! Thank you, KateMarie! ♥