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September Author Interview Answer #5: How do you feel when you managed to complete a book? | International Book Promotion

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Part 5 of my interview with International Book Promotion and Linda Gray Sexton. The question, “How did you feel when you managed to complete a book?”. Click the link below to read about our answers. Authors go through many emotions when writing and writing in memoir can be particularly intimidating at times.

September Author Interview Answer #5: How do you felt when you managed to complete a book? | International Book Promotion.

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D.G. Kaye is a nonfiction/memoir writer, who writes from her own life experiences and self-medicates with a daily dose of humor.


  • Christy Birmingham

    Deb, thanks for sharing your views on what it was like to publish your book. Was that the first one you ever published that you were referring to? I think you are so strong to have, first of all, written it about your own family, and also to have been true to yourself by publishing it! I am proud of you and glad you continue to write! HUGS

    • dgkaye

      Thanks as always Chris for your constant support and encouragement. Yes, that interview was based on my first book, Conflicted Hearts. ((hugs back at ya!)) 🙂

  • Aquileana

    A mix of different feeling as you said … The feeling of accomplishment and to feel quite apprehensive about publishing!… Congrats on being featured on International Books and on your book release.
    Happy weekend D.G Aquileana 😀

    • dgkaye

      Thanks so much for reading Aq! Yes, it has been a very busy month for me, personally and professionally. I am overwhelmed by the wonderful circle of friends and interest in the writing community. 🙂

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