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New Job and Finding Mojo to Write

So I've been at my new job just over six weeks now. Starting a new job is a stressful and weird adventure. In my life, I've only started a new job about six times. It's funny how the first few weeks you don't feel invested in the job . Nobody is usually expecting much from a new hire at first, and as the freshly hired, I tend to question if I've done the right thing. Its all about time and adjustment. My new job working for Zwift is turning out to be great. But I've got a long way to go.


One of the casualties of starting my new job is my writing. I just don't have any energy left at the end of the day to write. I'm hoping I get my mojo back as I really want to get book two worked on.


I'm not sure why, however. Book one has been out now for about 4 months. Not much movement or interest there. Though in all fairness, I haven't done much to promote it either. When I get the time, I'll get my butt in gear.

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