I remember when I was in the process of publishing and producing my first book, Beyond the Scoreboard, I reached a point where I thought my writing was complete garble, gibberish, and not worth reading. I thought, why would anyone even want to read my thoughts?
Recently, I had the same thought as I was re-reading A Sacred Promise for the 9th time and reviewing the interior layout proofs from my publisher. I suppose this is part of the process in producing the best possible product. In the meantime, my patience wears thin and my creativity slowly drips further away from its vast reservoir within me and begins to evaporate and becomes nauseating.
I also remember shortly after this feeling, Beyond the Scoreboard was published and released and was more successful than I could ever imagine. I must continue to pray for God’s strength within me and for the open and gracious hearts of people about to consume A Sacred Promise.