Time for the Insecure Writers Support Group, where we share our hopes and dreams.
Thanks to Alex Cavanaugh for starting the group: join HERE if you're interested.
I'm taking a week off work to finish my WIP, a college volleyball romance titled Blocked. Only two chapters left! *bounces*
|Boo to writer's block|
While I've loved working with Omnific Publishing for my first four novels, I don't plan to query publishers this time. My main reason for venturing into indie publishing? Impatience. It takes me so long to finish a novel due to my day job that I don't want to wait the greater part of a year for the book to launch, if I'm lucky enough for my manuscript to be accepted by a publisher.
I also want to try something new and see where it leads me!
I realize professional editing is essential (wow, has it improved my writing over the years), and I plan to hire the amazing editor I've worked with for every novel: Jessica Royer Ocken.
Beyond that, I NEED YOUR HELP! Indie authors, what advice would you give a virgin self-pubber? Anything from formatting to Amazon programs to lessons learned the hard way to marketing...I would be so grateful to hear your wisdom.
Happy writing to each of you!