April is just around the corner and I am unbelievably excited because this has been a long winter for the Lower 48. Kinda typical for Alaska. But, I don’t live there anymore, so kinda got sick of it. Anyway…
My plans for April are to finish doing everything I can for Newblood & the Ice Princess, as well as this site. I’ve come to understand as an Indie Author this is a marathon, not a sprint. This is why I don’t complain about reviews being written months after a book is released. For traditional publication, there’s buzz leading up and then hammer out the promo for about a month. It’s a sprint to the end of a very big pond. Not so in Indie Pub. We’re in it for the long haul.
I’m devoting the month of May to doing everything to get Jack & the Very Proper Nanny ready for publication, all the pre-release and pre-promo stuff. Like creating the cover art.
Because I’ll be going on adventures in the real world come June and I’ll only be checking in randomly. I’ll do pre-scheduled book reviews, but it’s pretty much hit or miss until mid-August. Can’t sufficiently promo a new release like that.
“I want to see mountains, Gandalf. Mountains! And then find a quiet place where I can finish my book.” – Bilbo Baggins
Much love. Be kind. 😉