top of page
  • Writer's pictureaebrouhard

Here we go, again!

It's been four years since my first novel, Carried Away, came out. In those four years, I almost completed the entire sequel before ultimately giving up on it and moving on to something entirely new. Now that something new, Finding Anna, is two weeks away from being released and all the fear and self-doubt is flooding in. Is it good enough for people to spend money on it? Will it sound amateur compared to all the big name authors out there? Can I handle negative reviews? Will people be able to see past little flaws and enjoy the story? Will my grandma be mad that I used the 'f' word in it? haha There's a million more questions flowing through my head, but I feel really proud of Matt and Anna and I'm going to try to silence all those questions and just sit back and hope and pray that people love their story.

7 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Moving on.

After months and months of experiencing writer's block or creative lulls or whatever you want to call it, I've decided to move on from writing the sequel to Carried Away (even though I've already pour

Personal Growth

Last night I overcame a huge fear by going LIVE on Facebook and Instagram to discuss my book. I had no idea what to expect and had never done a LIVE event before. Lately, though, I've had to attempt

Blown Away

It has been almost a month since Carried Away was released, and I've been completely blown away by the response I've gotten. The day I uploaded it to Amazon, my anxiety skyrocketed. I felt sick to m


bottom of page