Self publishing is addictive

28 Nov

After self publishing (well, waiting for our prototype) I feel inclined to finally finish my self-help ebook.  I think if you could get over the ‘finished my first book’ threshold you could continue to write many more books.

Take Bud & Roo’s Spectacular Adventures.  It is a children’s adventure series.  We will write many, many more of these gorgeous books.  And, it feels good to have such an inspiration illustration on board.

However, many people say they are going to write a book, take loads of notes, pictures and/or do their research; however, they never get around to it.

I know some people think that self publishers don’t make much money, well I don’t think many people write books to be billionaires, do they?

What happened to writers being poets as well as being artists?  Since when has writing become so commercialized?

The point is- get that first book out there whether it be on print or digital.  Once you get your first one out there the second one will come a lot easier.

Don’t think, just write!


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