"The Hidden Fear of an Author: What if No One Wants to Read Your Book?" is the first book of "The Other Side of an Author's Life". It's a short book that aims to help assuage the often unspoken form of insecurity that grips some authors at various stages of their careers. Best for aspiring authors and newbies, but professional authors (who also face this fear) may also glean inspiration from it.
When Kaitlyn Zamorra learned to write letters to God from her parents, she started telling Him everything: the things that she likes and what she considers to be "no fun" at all. She also told God about a precious gift that was lots of fun.
But then, something happened. Her source of happiness seemed like it was going to be taken away from her.
The "13th Breath: A Collection of Poetry & Prose" is autobiographical in nature. It speaks of the author's 13 steps in life. The contents carry diverse topics: happy times, funny moments, heartbreak, sorrowful occasions. Some entries have served as gentle reminders for the author to go on in life, no matter what.
Mabel Robbins is a bright, sweet and cheerful kid who likes to play make-believe. She faces no trouble during the day. But when nighttime comes, her problem begins. She couldn't sleep easily like the rest of her family.
Thinking that she is different, she seeks help to correct her sleeping problem.