One Jane’s Light Bulb Moment
I love New York. And the buzz was all about self-publishing. While I was there, I had my own light bulb moment. One of those spontaneous moments of perfect understanding.
You can guess how delighted I was to discover, I’m no longer one of those kinetic writers rushing hither and yon, chasing after the perfect publisher. Believe me, I’ve been there, but that’s no longer my modus operandi. I’m free! A clear vision rides my shoulders of where, in the coming warm, lovely, summer months, I’m heading with my writing. What a relief! Self-publishing is offering a great opportunity…direct access to readers.
Remember, I’m the ‘cheerleader’, so yeah! Way to go! Print, plus self-publishing, is the model for me. As writers, that’s what going to conference does for you. It sheds light on where you’re going and which trains you need to get on to get there. As readers, you get more stories to read.
You can find
Jane’s Long March Home on Amazon. Up next, target date, mid-July, is A LONDON AFFAIR. You’ll love the cover.
One last thing. Until we add the What Are We Reading? column, I’m reading Jim Butcher’s, FOOL MOON. I’m really enjoying his style. Top marks for a story well told. What’s in your stack for summer reading?