Have you ever worked on a project that tested your comfort level? During a conversation with Renee Miller, we discussed a story that she wrote that really pushed her limits. If you missed the conversation, you can check it out here:
This had me thinking about projects that I’ve worked on that made me uncomfortable. The only book that has really left an emotional impression on me is Seven Attempts at One Death. I wrote that book during one of the darker chapters of my life, and it reflects on a very deep, and corrosive depression that tried to hollow me out completely. The emotions connected are so strong I did nothing with the book for almost a decade.
What about you? What projects have you worked on that really pushed you to the limits of your comfort level?
Horror poet and paranormal investigator Tom Gade Olausson meets with Mr. Deadman this Friday at 9pm CST to share some hilarious ghost stories and trouble with real life Nazi hunting.
Horror/erotica writer Renee Miller meets with Mr. Deadman this Saturday at 9pm CST to talk about her latest releases, one of which is Cats Like Cream, and the struggles she’s had publishing mature content on Amazon.
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