I was given more than ample warning that my book was coming off the eshelves. Yet when the day came, my heart broke. My insecurity has blossomed into a huge thumb and I’m under it.
Before the thumb came down, I had a plan. I lined up a graphic artist and another proofreader. I was so positive that I kept telling myself this was only a bump in the publishing road and I’d be back promoting the ebook in no time.
And I still believe it–kind of.
Let this be a warning to all. Micropublishers are a great way to enter the industry. Their expectation are a little lower so we little guys have a hope in hell. They are just as professional and strive for producing a good product.
But the little fish go first in a big pond, and from what I’m reading a constant percentage are disappearing each year. So to make our bones we may be forced to self-publish or find another publisher willing to accept previously published work.
I wasn’t prepared for White Light disappearing completely, and because I needed to make a new cover best for all my blog stoppers and reviewers to delete their posts or replace the cover art with this one.
That said, I’m pushing on, and waiting on a final proofread. Then its on to KDP and Draft2Digital to get it back out there. Thanks everyone for being there for me, for offering suggestions, and kicking my butt.
Without you I’d be nowhere. 🙂