I’ve passed the cut off date for literary agent responses. Safe enough to assume the remainders are rejections.
And that means just one thing:
Time to go it alone.
Truth is, it scares the hell out of me.
There’s a good amount stuff I have to learn, but I’ve always been good at that.
It won’t be immediately. I still need to hire a professional artist/ formatter. The plan is for Drawn to Flame to be available on e-book and paperback.
Some time, later this year, I’ll be posting the first few chapters, on the build up to the release date- which, truthfully I have yet to decide upon.
If you have advice, or if you review books, leave a comment. I will get back with you.
I’ll also be building an email list. More on that when I figure it out.
Thank you, to everyone who reads my weird ramblings here. I hope to bring you more entertainment in the future.
I’ll be blogging about this journey. Maybe you’ll find that interesting. I’ll try to ensure it.
Time to steer directly into danger.
“Sheer terror of where you’re headed is the surest sign you’re headed in the right direction.”
Wish me luck.