How do you celebrate when you've finished your book? I'm drinking wine and eating chicken right now as we speak. It's a piece of shit YA sci-fi (pic unfortunately not related), but damn, it's my book. Gonna finish this bottle and eat this fuckin' chicken YUM-TASTIC.
The chicken is just the cheapest sort of broiler cooked inside a bag with some turnip, carrots and onion. The wine is a Terra Cruz Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 year "vintage", a Chilean red wine which cost me only 3 euros.
The chicken is still cooking so we have to wait a bit.
My book is about five teenagers sent to Earth so they could send something from Earth to the outer space colony. Meanwhile the world (which has been ravaged by wars and disease) blames the teenagers on shit that they aren't guilty for - global warming, the pandemic, wars etc. just because they're from the outer space colony with all the rich and famous. So it's a book which deals the question: "Are children supposed to deal with their parents' mistakes?"
>Meanwhile the world (which has been ravaged by wars and disease) blames the teenagers on shit that they aren't guilty for - global warming, the pandemic, wars etc
Boy oh boy you know your audience. Millennials are going to eat this up. Soon, you will be rich and swimming in AP.
Godspeed anon, you're going to make it.
I print out the manuscript, put in a manuscript box, hold it 6 inches over the table and drop it. The thump is proof of an idea made tangible. Then I have a shot of expensive or rare bourbon.