I’m currently in the throws of self-editing The KeyMaster, as well as working on my website and writing some prequels.
Whilst researching editing, one of the articles by Joanna Penn, mentioned editing on the Kindle. After a bit more research I discovered I could email my manuscript to my Kindle to read as an ebook. (This is a whole new world to me!) Finally successful, I didn’t realise just how exciting it would be seeing my book on a Kindle!
Sadly the process has highlighted formatting issues that will need rectifying, but small steps!
If you would be interested in seeing your book on your Kindle and don’t know where to find your Kindle’s email address just message me and I’ll post some instructions.
Bye for now!
Now, back when I dusted off my novel in 2017, all I dreamt about was finishing it. After editing, I then just foresaw me sending it off to agents and waiting. Waiting for them to tell me I’m amazing *cough*; that they had to represent me; that great things lay before me; that I’d be the next J. K. Rowling (I know, I know)
I then stumbled across Joanna Penn and her website and learnt about self publishing. Of course, I already knew of it but never condidered it seriously. Why would I self publish? I have little time to write let alone manage everything else.
But then, on reflection, why wouldn’t I? Why wait on someone else to decide if people will or won’t like it? Why not let the people think for themselves? And I’ll get my free-time back one day. Right? Plenty of time then to edit, market and publish my book.