Thanks so much for dropping by the blog. I wonder what attracted you here. Was it the poetry? The photography? The memoir? Reflections on parenting and peace? The discussions of writing? The interviews? Did we meet somewhere? Was it the philosophy? Would love to know.
I am finally working on some individual books, and you may like to purchase them when they are ready. More announcements on this soon. As for how they are published, that is an unfolding journey shared here on the blog.
I am in the middle of techno land learning about book trailers, ebooks, create space, lightning source, small presses, independent publishing and self publishing (are they the same thing?),independent author alliances and the traditional publishers of the genres I write in. I am studying them to see if any would like the works I create. I am learning about treaties between Australia and America that enable us to be taxed less when we sell our own books. Maybe you are too?
I want to make sure these books are the best they can be content wise, and if I independently produce the best they can be physically as well.
I am visiting writing groups (as I always have), writing centres, and finding people to be critique buddies. I’m forming relationships with potential editors and beta readers I can trust to be honest with me, but who have faith in my writing voice. I’m entering writing competitions.
I try to visit as many blogs as I can, especially those that inspire, educate, trigger, connect and help me to keep on practicing writing, art and photography.
I love to interview creative people as well as you learn so much from each other in the process.
I do have to be careful not to get lost in cyberland and pay concentrated attention to doing writing and art, but part of writing and art is about connecting is it not? Thanks so much for your follow, like, comment, inspiration and encouragement.
All the best with your creative journey and hope to see you back again.
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