Self Publishing, Red Lights and Werewolves

Just a few of the many things on my mind.

Self publishing and my nervousness involving it. I spent hours hard-copy editing (the FINAL editing process, yikes!) today, will finish the rest of it tonight, and then… wow. The LAST edit. How nerve wracking!

Red lights- where I get my best ideas. Of course, by the time the light turns green, the idea is gone.

Werewolves- I finally figured out how to end one werewolf novel and the plot to the last in the trilogy(3 wolf packs, 3 books), and I’m not going to have time to finish them before school. Ugh.

Other things on my mind:

Cookies.

Frosting.

NCIS

And oh yeah… The fucking emergency room!

In efforts to quell my incredible case of worry, I am trying to forget the fact that in the past 48 hours my mother and pregnant sister have gone to the ER (for unrelated incidents) and yeah… worry. WORRY.

Rip-out-my-hair-and-break-out-the-vodka, type worry.

And now I think this computer is about to crash, so before the screen goes black, I want to say…

You’re all awesome!

Stacey

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8 responses to “Self Publishing, Red Lights and Werewolves

  1. did you try traditional publishing? if so, what do you think didn’t work? if not, then why not?

    • I’ve tried for years traditional publishing. Almost 0% of new authors are being published, a lot of popular writers are losing their contracts and a lot of major publishing companies are going bankrupt due to the economy. I finally decided that my chances are less than slim, and paper publishing is becoming extinct anyway. I had always decided I’d NEVER self-publish OR e-publish but I changed my mind.

  2. First off Stacey, I hope your Mom and sister are ok.
    And im with Rich on this one would like to know if you tried traditional publishing …..inquiring minds haha

    • They’re doing a lot better, thanks 🙂 Here’s what I responded to his comment: I’ve tried for years traditional publishing. Almost 0% of new authors are being published, a lot of popular writers are losing their contracts and a lot of major publishing companies are going bankrupt due to the economy. I finally decided that my chances are less than slim, and paper publishing is becoming extinct anyway. I had always decided I’d NEVER self-publish OR e-publish but I changed my mind.

  3. Well Amanda Hocking self publishes and has been really successful with it, there is no reason that you wouldn’t be able to do it either 🙂

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