What makes a work worth writing?
Is it the release of your inner voice? Is it praise from the seemingly judgmental masses?
Or is it sharing a piece of yourself with your friends and family, a piece you couldn't share in any other way?
Only the individual writer can tell you, but it is certainly heartwarming and encouraging to see friends and family gather to support an author.
Recently, friends and family gathered to celebrate Quentin Forberg's For Februus in Hiding. For those who don't know, For Februus in Hiding is Quentin's transformative collection of poetry and short stories.
One reader has written: "[I] [e]njoyed how a couple of the stories can challenge you intellectually through coming of age tales."
It's no wonder, then, that Quentin's novel has cracked the top 1000 for Literary Short Stories category on Amazon.
You can check it out by clicking here.