For those keeping track--I have now finished 24 books this year. Since my goal is 100, I am almost 25% there after two months. That's great. Er...except maybe I should be writing more. Eeep.
I'm pretty excited to start my mentoring gig on Monday. I volunteered to conduct a three month boot camp with an author who writes young adult also. I was like, "yay, I'll teach her everything I know." And then after taking stock, realized I didn't really know all that much. We won't tell her that though.
And then I realized that while I may not be an encyclopedia--she doesn't need one of those anyway. What I can, and hopefully will offer, is a more like a "What to Expect When You're Expecting to Publish" book.
And I have a whole slew of things to teach her about procrastination, cuz I have that down pat.
Have you ever had a mentor? What was the thing above all other things that you took with you from that relationship?