A 23-Year-Old Self-Published author, a mother, and a college student.
Loves to write and read fiction... (Especially Romance)
Get a copy of my book 'Heaven in Hell' on Amazon.com by Brittany Medvetz
So you're engaged! That's great! Congratulations! Not sure where to start? That's okay, I was in your position too. Getting married is so much fun but can be stressful during the planning process. It's okay to be stressed out, but also remember your maid of honor or matron of honor is there to reduce your stress level along with the bridesmaids!
Living with anxiety is like living in hell. That's basically my life, every day, 24/7. Everything in your life could be great. You could have money, a great relationship, a beautiful home, a family, or even doing your dream career. But that doesn't stop anxiety from coming and attacking you whenever it feels like it. It sucks so bad that you have such bad mood swings because your moods change every couple of minutes or hours.
I grab three bottles and take them to them. I hand one to each of them. "Thanks, baby doll," Lian murmurs to me with a wink. I roll my eyes and go back to the kitchen. I grab my glass of white wine and the rest of the bottle and sneak up the back staircase to my room.
Are you ready to start making extra income or ready to make it a full time job FROM HOME? Are you tired of working so much that you STILL don't make ends meet?
I thought this was a cute idea and have been wanting to do this for the right guy for a while. Finally I found the right guy to do it for. We are engaged and I think the timing is perfect now because we both know what we want in life and know it will be with each other.
If you scroll down social media you will see your friends post different things about their relationships or relationships in general. "All guys/girls are the same." "No relationship is perfect." "My relationship is perfect."
To the man that I love with all my heart, Thank you. Thank you for everything you have done for me and for my child. I don't know how many times I will say thank you just to make sure you understand how thankful I really am. (It will probably be a thousand times a day or maybe even a minute if possible.)
Writing a novel is NOT easy. Trust me, I know that. Now I have been writing books since I was thirteen. At the time, I was twenty when I self-published my first book. Some people, probably most people, have been writing for well much longer than I have before they published their first book and honestly, the timeline does not matter. Don't even think about a timeline. Unless you are being published by a traditional publishing house. Then you have to. But if you are self-publishing, take whatever time you need but do NOT procrastinate.