3 More Days!
Hey everybody! There are only three more days in the month of March, which means that there are only three more days to download my books, Rest in Piece and Abstract Clarity, for only $2.99 each. Once April begins, the books will return to their regular prices of $4.99 each.
To take advantage of this wonderful deal, please feel free to click the link below. As always, thank you for your support!
Hey everybody! There is just one more week in March (crazy, right?), which means the e-book versions of my books, Rest in Piece and Abstract Clarity, will soon go back to their regular price. However, you still have until the 31st of March to download the books for only $2.99 each!
If you’d like to purchase either a paperback or e-book copy of one of my books, you can do so by clicking the direct link below. As always, I greatly appreciate your support!
Reviews for Rest in Piece
“This is a great book from a first time author. See my review on Goodreads.com for more detailed info (spoiler-free!)” – Ariel, Amazon.com
“Loved this book!! Kept me on the edge of my seat, wanted to jump in the book and be part of the story!!!!!” – Katrina Williams, Amazon.com
Reviews for Abstract Clarity
“An eclectic mix of short stories with…
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In less than a month, it will be my birthday. I’ve always been excited about turning another year older and while I still am, I must admit that I am a bit disappointed. By now I thought that I would have accomplished a lot more in life and, honestly, I thought I would be much further along in making progress when it came to getting through my anxiety.
While the above statement is true, I also realize that I’ve made a lot of progress. While there are still a lot of things that I struggle with, I have overcome a lot of obstacles and I am very proud of myself.
I think it’s hard not to compare ourselves to others and get depressed about what we wish we would have accomplished by a certain point in our lives. We look into the future and worry that we’ll forever struggle with what threatens to hold us back. It’s very hard sometimes to see ourselves getting through what we’re currently dealing with.
What we all need to focus on, though, is the progress that we’ve already made. There was a point in my life when I didn’t think I’d be as far as I’ve come. The fact that I’ve made the progress I have is proof that I can make even more – even if it does take some time.
I completely understand if you find yourself feeling down about the fact that you may have not achieved as much as you would have liked by now. I’ve been there – and I am there. However, at the same time, I guarantee that you have made some positive progress and that’s what we all need to focus our energy on. We can get through our anxiety and overcome our obstacles. All we need to do is work hard, have faith in ourselves, and be patient.
MARCH E-BOOK SALE!
For the entire month of March, the Kindle E-book versions of B.W. Ginsburg’s, Rest in Piece and Abstract Clarity are on sale for just $2.99 each! The books can be purchased on Amazon.com! Thank you!
Hey guys! I recently wrote about how I was struggling with an issue when taking a new medication I am now on. I am happy to say that I have been making some progress! I knew that distracting myself was the key to success, and I am proud to say that I was right.
I know that I mention my struggles on here a lot, and I thought it would be a good idea to share with you my progress. When I take my medicine lately, I’ve been trying to put my mind on reading something. Even if I only read a sentence, it helps me get my mind off of taking my medicine and on to something else.
When I wrote about my issue with taking my medicine, I noticed that there were a few people who spoke of experiencing the same (or similar) issues. I highly recommend finding something calming – whether it’s watching something on TV you can really get into, reading, or something else that you find distracting – so that you are focusing on something other than the issue at hand. I really believe that if you try to do this and continue to do so, that you will get through whatever you’re struggling with!
I just wanted to share with you my progress so that you know that it is possible to get through your struggles. Also, while it may have been a small issue in comparison, it was something that was really bothering me. The fact that I can get through this shows me that I can, with hard work, get through my other forms of anxiety as well.
New Short Story Posted!
As every woman knows, one of the worst experiences is finding herself entering into that ‘time of the month’ without the necessary supplies – especially if she’s wearing white shorts. I think that being part of the female sex makes us vulnerable to dreaming about these types of situations.
Slipping into a deep sleep last night, I began dreaming. I found myself on the streets surrounding my old college campus, scrambling to find a sanitary napkin – or as some of my female friends may refer to them as – a pad. As I embarrassingly asked just about any woman I could find for the item, I was continuously shot down. Finally, a girl with blonde hair in a ponytail offered me one. I thanked her and ran inside one of the college buildings to find a bathroom.
As in many of my previous dreams, there seemed to be a…
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