A friend of mine lent me “Keith me”, by Amanda Sthers. You know when you have the feeling that you read a book at the exact right time? My friend may have known way better than I did this time.
What I understood reading “Keith me” is that a story doesn’t have to be linear or to have realistic details. It can be messy and still amazing. Of course, it depends on what your story is. But as far as mine is concerned, I doesn’t need to make that much sense. I always aimed for a complicated plot and thought I wasn’t experienced or smart enough to write. But I was so wrong!
Guess what I’ve been doing since I finished the book? 🙂
Thank you so much, C.