When it comes to writing, each person has their own reservations about releasing a finished product.
Is it good enough?
What if readers hate it?
Perhaps there’s proper punctuation?
We live in a society that allows us to be imperfect, yet scrutinizes us the minute we take a creative leap.
I feel like I’ve learned plenty about the writing in just the past year alone that I’ve began self-publishing, but there’s still that added pressure when it comes to finalizing a manuscript.
What I love most about the writing isn’t the editing portion and I think many of us can speak to that.
It needs to be done though, right?
Why wouldn’t it?
But from where I’m standing, if you walked the proverbial pirate plank long enough to form words into worlds, then all you would need to do thereafter is find a detailed version of yourself or someone else who can navigate all those menacing, punctilious logistics.
(Photo from Pixabay.)
Searching for new reads?
Be sure to check out my published wares on Amazon if you’re interested. Finishing up a few projects that will be releasing over the next few months, so keep your eyes peeled for those as well.
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Send me some info about your book and if it’s a genre or realm that I’m interested in, I’ll gladly read and speak to it.
Indie support is essentially what makes our world go round, after all.
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