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  • Writer's pictureA.Borroel

The Inevitables is out NOW!

Feels like a long time coming, but it's finally out! I'm feeling both super excited and super nervous. I'm one of those people who feels like I'm doing, or writing something amazing. And then when it gets to the finish line, I second guess everything and it's never good enough.

But through this whole process, I have been doing my best to drown out those demons. My biggest critic and biggest roadblock, will always be myself. But I'm trying to work on that and though I know having bad reviews and people who don't like my book is inevitable, I have to remind myself that those comments don't define me. I have take the good with the bad and I have to not let that negativity bring me down and instead, learn from it and keep going.

Being an author is something I have been wanting since I was 8 years old, writing poetry in my purple, fuzzy, monkey journal at midnight on the weekends. And now, I'm doing it. And if I fail, well I failed trying. And if I succeed, then I keep moving on up. Either way, I accomplished a big goal of mine that 8-year-old me would be proud of.

In the end, I'm glad I went with self-publishing and I don't regret it. Yeah, it took so much time and effort with a one-man-band, but hey, at least I can say that I did it.

Anyways, I want to again thank my parents for always supporting me and encouraging me to read and to go after what I want. I want to thank my husband for being by my side and having all the patience when I was working on the book on the weekends or late at night. I also want to thank my little niece and nephews, for through this whole thing, I thought of them and how I wanted to make them proud and have someone to look up too. Maybe they will think I'm something cool and invite me to their career day events. I also want to thank God, for without him, I might have been lost this whole time.

I hope you enjoy my book, which you can find here:


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