What has been your greatest moment as a writer? with Jennifer Loiske

Have you ever had a moment, even if it was a split second when someone noticed you for the unique person you are or complemented you on a job well done? Do you remember what that feels like in your heart?

Author pic, Jennifer Loiske, summerI think my greatest moment as a writer was when I received my first fan email from a sixteen-year-old girl from Netherlands saying that she absolutely loved my book. She also recommended it to all of her friends and I think she was one of my first Twitter followers, too. A true, devoted fan. I actually printed her email and (some blushing here…) when I’m feeling unsure about my writing, struggling with the story line or just having a bad day all I have to do is to read her letter again and all is well again. The best kick a writer could wish for!

It’s not the same to hear your friends or your family saying they liked your story (don’t get me wrong, it feels great too), but when a completely stranger praises your work it feels so, so, good and you’ll never forget your first fan.

After that there has been a lot of great moments, lot of joy and excitement but Norah, if you’re reading this, I will never forget you. You are always in my heart!

Jennifer Loiske’s book “Club Number Five” is on sale for 99 cents! Be sure to check it out!

Club Number Five

US link for Club Number Five is http://www.amazon.com/CLUB-NUMBER-Immortal-Blood-ebook/dp/B0095K4RMS/

UK Link for Club number Five is http://www.amazon.co.uk/CLUB-NUMBER-Immortal-Blood-ebook/dp/B0095K4RMS/

 

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