Writing with Children

I'm not sure if you know this or not, but children are demanding. I say that in jest, but at the same time in awe. My daughter is growing up so fast and is starting to require time from me to play and learn, which I love. I also think she is awesome, and smart, and talented, and why shouldn't I. I am her father after all. It's funny, I have more time to write than I have in ever, since I started to take care of my daughter and write full time, but there is never enough time it seems. Maybe we as a society need to adopt the 36 hour days from MIB. Maybe.

 

I gave my life to God a little after I met my wife, putting a little personal info I'm here, and seeing my daughter, wife, and myself grow together has been great. I say that so I can say I love religion. It has always been one of those things with me I wanted to study, and put thought into. I joked with myself at one time that if I wasn't married by 35 I would become a priest. Just because I think they are hiding stuff and I could dedicate myself to knowing if that was true. Stupid, but hey I was 18 and didn't know what was going to happen and 35 seemed like a good break point. Little did I know that 35 is way to close now and how that is only a starting point. 

 

Anyway, children are awesome, my wife is awesome, and I love where I am at in my life. I hope all of that translates into my writing because I enjoy that too. 

 

I just got some early info back from the beta readers for The Honeymoon, and thumbs up across the board, so woohoo. Stay tuned for more updates, and I will be setting up pre-orders for The Honeymoon once I get everything back.