I already earn a living as a full-time scriptwriter, but I’m working seven days a week to learn how to write fiction for YA’s.
I work so hard, and I’m terrified I’m making a mistake pushing my writing career into published fiction, but CBI is there holding out a hand and saying “it’s okay to fight, it’s okay to fear, it’s okay to struggle”.
In the end – and I don’t apologize for how corny this sounds – it’s love that fuels good writing and good storytelling, and I’m feelin’ the love from CBI.
Before finding CBI, I was wandering through the maze of the how-to-begin blues, bumping into myself at every turn. I’d been questioning why I envisioned myself a children’s author.
So how do I view CBI? As a game-changer.
It’s like a hand-holding friend with answers and encouragement. It’s a window to the success of others. It’s a mentor, an advisor, a how-do, and an ultimate resource. I snuggle up with it as one does with a good book.
I am empowered and encouraged..and I will march on where I might’ve faltered and flaked out. I’m a keeper…so is CBI!