After a lot of thought, I took the plunge. I did it. I decided that I would publish $0.99 Amazon Kindle editions of the free short stories that I post here on the blog.
If you haven’t noticed by now, writing is kind of my thing. It’s what I do. And in more ways than one, I have Spider-man to thank for that. In a lot of ways, two of the most defining moments in my professional life only came about because of Spider-man. So thank you, Peter Parker, for giving my life direction.
Despite the stigma attached to self-published authors, they have more control over their careers, and experience increasing success among readers.
Despite many authors making a living publishing their own books, many people still see them as second-tier (or lower) writers. Is this stigma true?
I read a recent post over at Magical Words regarding mission statements. The blogger brought up my biggest complaint about those peculiar little blurbs: Most of the time, they don’t actually say anything. I’ve written my fair share of mission statements. I’ve proofed them and updated them, and almost every single time, I think to… Continue reading Writing My Novel: Mission Statement