Outing After Ever

AFTER EVER EBOOK COVER

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There’s a new book on the shelves. After Ever is a collection of flash and short fiction.

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The book is out.

That is, a book is out, my latest, and my first public display of fiction. My struggles with publishing this collection have been as much with myself as with formatting and editing. I won the struggle, but not easily.

Earlier I wrote about vacillating between “pride and paranoia, delight and dread”. The self-questioning continued when a friend asked me what it was I wanted from publishing. I didn’t have a ready answer. Other friends were encouraging and reminded me that my words had “a right to breathe and populate the page”. Agreed, but why publish, why make my words public when I treasure my privacy? Is publishing an act of bravery or of vanity? Maybe it is more an issue of identity.

Because I am private and respect the privacy of those I serve, I haven’t posted much about being a teacher. That word, Teacher…

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7 thoughts on “Outing After Ever

  1. What a nice surprise to find your post here this evening, D. And congratulations on your newest endeavors! Would you mind if I had the cover .jpg to this page, so everyone can see (and remember) your latest? I can save it directly from your page and put it here, if you’re okay with that. Just let me know, and I’ll pop it up there, so it gets even more attention. 🙂

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