Opening up my Going Indie series of episodes by introducing said series, before launching into the main topic: the differing paths of being a traditionally published or indie author, the costs and earnings associated with each and how to choose which one is right for you.
In this unscripted, personal episode, I talk openly, honestly, and at length about the things going on with my life, including the deaths in October and January, my physical and mental health, and the financial strain of both. I then talked about the plans for the future, including my plans to get the show back on track and the efforts to get back to writing again. And finally, I thanked my listeners and supporters for continuing to stick with me and being patient with my long hiatus.
In a ranting mood this episode, so going off on people claiming writers “shouldn’t” write people if they aren’t those people, the meaning of Deviations title, and my top pet peeves with plot elements and character types found in romance novels! The language is strong with this one!
Been two months since I did an episode…so this one is kind of a catch up of what I’ve been up to the last few months and taking a look at my plans for the next few. News & Notes: Anma’s Manga Minute podcast art updated Aisuru and Deviations new covers and new paperback releases Deviations heading to NetGalley Smashwords Read an eBook Week, March 5-11 – both my books will be 75% off!! Website redesign! Where Have I Been? More death…computer woes, new roof, broken me The Coming Months? Primarily focusing on mild promo for Aisuru and Deviations and […]