How long have you been working on that book you want to publish?
Is it fiction or non fiction?
Fiction... had one started, got writer's block... Ironically, I saw a movie that had the same plot 5 years or so after I started it! I am now thinking of a bunch of short stories with a common theme.
dmularz, that would be a great project! You could do one of your stories as a hub.
I have two novels in progress and have been working on them for a year.
I have a fiction story in progress that I have been co writing with my grandmother who lives in Michigan ( I live in North Carolina). We have been working on it for almost a year now.
Technically all of my books are fiction... though basically spiced with a reality that lends realism.
I am working on four separate books at once. "Anastasia's Revenge, New Heights, Once & Again and finally The New Don, Tale of a Gangsta Princess". All of them are finished products except one. It is in the final stage of the 4th draft. I have been working on them for a couple of years now, but I am nearly done.
Three are proofs. I am reading three of them for final print. I have a projected release date this spring. When I am finished I will hit the ground running. "Mission; Advertise... advertise... advertise.
I am also fast at work in this phase of the offering. I have signs, flyers, book marks, sample copies of each novel combined in a book form to be be distributed to the public.
Eventually I will be working on book signings, and TV spots.
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