I admit that I’ve been wishy-washy about how I want to publish Amiga. I believe in independent publishing, but I also seek the validation of being selected by a publisher. So, I submitted Amiga to a publisher. A rejection? OK, I’ll publish it myself. Wait, another publisher is accepting submissions? OK, I’ll submit it to them. No response? Might as well come up with some cover ideas. An agent has reopened for submissions? I’ll try that person. No interest?…
You see my conundrum. Choices can stymie a person, as anyone who’s looked through paint swatches at a hardware store can attest to.
We like to think we have unlimited time to decide, but the past few years have shown us this isn’t true. Circumstances can change in a moment. Opportunities can disappear. Words can be left unsaid, and things remain undone. You can’t wait for things to be perfect. You do the best you can with what you have.
For those reasons, I’ve decided to publish Amiga myself later this year.
What you see in this post is a draft of the front cover. I’d love to hear your comments and suggestions. Please reply to the Facebook or Twitter post where you saw this post. For the latest information about Amiga, including how you can download previews when available, follow me on Facebook or Twitter.
I look forward to sharing Amiga with you. Thank you for your help and support.
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