I remember being so shocked and honored when Heather and Dona asked me to be a part of a new blog they were putting together. Three years later, I'm constantly amazed by the talent, strength, and courage of my fellow bees. We have all been through so many changes and struggles of our own the last three years, but we have stuck together by offering support and friendship when it was needed most.
This is a picture from the 2007 RWA Nationals in Dallas. Sadly, Marley couldn't be with us that year. I'm really hoping we can all meet up in Nashville next year.To most people, being an author probably seems like a pretty cush job. And somedays it is. But other days you doubt yourself, convinced that your writing is crap and that there is no way you'll ever get another contract. Or someone writes a horrible review about your book. Or you are positive that you will never again have another good idea for a book. Your circle of family and friends might listen to your gripes and worries about writing but they'll never really get it. These are the times that I give my bee keychain (that TLC bought all of us!) a rub and am so thankful that I have the bees! There is always someone just an email away who understands what I'm going through.
Thank you, Marley. Thank you, Tina. Thank you, Heather. Thank you, Dona. And thank you, Tera! Thank you for being the incredible women that you are and for being my friends.
Okay, enough mushy stuff. Leave a comment about something/someone you are thankful for for your chance to win any BBG book that you choose!