Transitions ~ Outside the Margins with Brandon Witt

Join Prism Book Alliance® as Brandon Witt goes Outside the Margins today.

Like in all things, life is full of tough choices. And I am beginning 2017 by making one. This will be my last post on Outside the Margins for the foreseeable future. It tears my heart out a little bit, as I love Prism and all the people associated with it dearly.

The bottom line is that with the amount of ‘daytime’ job I’m having to do in order to try to attempt to make ends meet, my writing time has been cut in half and each blog, tour, promotion, anything, takes more and more time away. I find myself rushing and not giving it my all, which isn’t good for any of us.

It has been such a privilege to be able to just share whatever is on my mind here once a month, and I will miss doing that. However, making my juggling plates a little bit more manageable is called for at the moment.

Please keep in touch with me via Facebook. I want to stay connected with all of you. Thanks for making space for me every month! You all are the very best! So much love, Brandon

~Brandon Witt

About Brandon Witt

Brandon Witt resides in Denver, Colorado. When not snuggled on the couch with his two Corgis, Dunkyn and Dolan, he is more than likely in front of his computer, nose inches from the screen, fingers pounding they keys. When he manages to tear himself away from his writing addiction, he passionately takes on the role of a special education teacher during the daylight hours.

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3 thoughts on “Transitions ~ Outside the Margins with Brandon Witt

  1. Since Facebook is one of the media sites I’ve chosen not to buy into I’ll console myself with reading your books instead. I’m sorry your life has forced you to become more focused on the bottom line instead of creating new worlds and characters for us to enjoy. Take time for yourself and enjoy the precious moments you’ve earned. You’re a talented author and need to embrace your gift and share it with others as you’re able. Enrich your soul by creating!

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