I did it. I hit the publish button. It still gives me the willies. Was it really ready to publish? Did we find all the errors? Did I make some good editorial decisions? With KDP, you publish the paperback first. Or at least that’s how I always have done it. I’m thinking that publishing theContinue reading “Millie’s Further Adventures in Time”
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Millie’s Further Adventures in Time
A couple of weeks ago, I finished writing “Millie’s Further Adventures in Time,” which is the sequel to “Millie’s Adventures in time.” I know, not very original with the title. I’ve spent the time in between then and now proof reading and editing my digital manuscript. It’s tedious and sometimes boring, but I found someContinue reading “Millie’s Further Adventures in Time”
So, What’s Taking so Long?
I finally finished reading the proof copy of my newest novel, “The Many Misadventures of Tall Guy and Short Gal.” I had started on correcting and editing before we decided to move and only just recently picked it up again and finished the work. Believe me when I say that deciding to move at theContinue reading “So, What’s Taking so Long?”
I am a novice independent publisher. Maybe when I’ve published ten novels, I’ll know all the ins and outs. Maybe not. I can be stubbornly stupid sometimes. Just ask anyone who knows me really well. I did not order a proof copy of my first novel (“Millie’s Adventures in Time”). I had wanted to. ButContinue reading “Proof Copies”
Millie is Alive!
Yesterday, after much ado, I pressed the “publish your paperback book” button on Kindle Direct Publishing. To say it was an emotional moment would be an understatement. I required several hours after finishing the final proof to work up the courage to actually publish my novel. I was advised that it could take up toContinue reading “Millie is Alive!”
Publish or Perish
Not being a professor of any type, that admonition really doesn’t apply to me. But there are times when I feel that if I don’t publish, I will surely perish. Ask me why I want other people to read what I have written and I can’t really answer. At times, it seems odd to meContinue reading “Publish or Perish”