For you experienced published authors, I'd love to know - do these "truths" hold for you, too?
1. No matter how many times you tell your friends and family that your main character isn't you, they won't believe you.
2. Once you've written and published one book, and no matter how many you publish after that, you will forever be asked, "When are you going to write a new book?"
3. You'll be amazed to learn how many people you know who've also thought about writing a book.
4. Friends who bought your book will suddenly stop making eye contact with you - because they've been busy and haven't read your book yet and probably the book isn't even their preferred genre, so you're totally cool with them not reading it, but they think you're lying, so they continue to act weird around you, enough so that when you publish your second book, you hope none of your friends buy it.
5. People in your daily life will treat you like some kind of hero or celebrity, even though all you did was indulge in your very favorite pastime ever (but let's keep that second part to ourselves so we can continue basking in the first part, eh?)
The optional question this month is about finding inspiration in spring. I really don't feel inspired by particular seasons. Places are what seem to inspire me most. Last week, I felt all kinds of creative vibes flowing amid the architecture, history, character, and beauty of New Orleans. The absinthe helped, too. ;)