Rhythm and Blues Monday

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The light is always at the end of the journey, only if there’s a light at the starting point. ~Tammy Campbell brooks

Before I get into the meat and potato of this blog, I want you to be warned that the promise I made a few Monday’s ago, will take place today. I just want to share a few words of working towards what you are passionate about.

My daughter and I are passionate about promoting my first debut novel, so we go every Saturday and put in the leg work of promoting the book. On Saturday, we frequented the Barnes and Nobles Bookstore and The Dead Tree Bookstore that carries the book on their bookshelves for sale.

I never would have thought writing and promoting a book would be so challenging. The good news is that with each challenge there are experiences and lessons  learned on what works and what doesn’t work.

At the end of the day, ‘try’ to do what you are passionate about. I know finances are limited and many of us are stuck in these dead end jobs, but that’s temporarily okay, because at least your heart and desire are on a different pathway. Continue doing what you are doing, but don’t let it be the end to all means. Work each day for what you really want out of life.

Do what you are passionate for and you will never go hungry. ~Tammy Campbell Brooks

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I promised you the Shiggy Challenge video and here it is…(I took the opportunity to promote “The Ghetto Blues” in the process). Yes, I’m always thinking like an entrepreneur because I am one.

 

Author:

Tammy Campbell Brooks is a native of San Antonio, Texas where she resides with her husband and two children. She enjoys reading, writing, and studying American history as hobbies. The Ghetto Blues is her debut book written about true events that occurred in her life. The successor of The Ghetto Blues novel, "Daddy Issues" is set to be released in 2019.

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