Holding Pattern

The good news: I’m publishing today.

The not as good news: I’m not totally sure about being live today, and won’t be until I have it all buyable right in front of me.

I’m very anxious/hyper/nervous/excited today, so please bear with me.

Kait, who actually said the other day “I love Adobe Acrobat!”, offered to do the PDF and whatever headers and stuff I need to file for copyright. (Actually, she’s ranting today about how formatting is not hard. Check it out.) But she had real work to do this morning so I must wait until after lunch for her awesomeness to finish doing my work for me.

After that, it’s upload city, baby, and I get to see if it’s really as no hard as she says. So far, everything I’ve done is really…not that hard. I just have to wait to see if it all blows up before I can actually talk about it.

While we’re waiting, if you would consider liking my new Facebook author page, that would really help me look less losery, thanks so much.

I should be doing more productive stuff. I have a list, but I haven’t opened it today. I’ve been thinking about printing with Createspace, doing some reading on that, asking for some experiences and opinions and stuff. My biggest obstacle really is that I have to go back to Robin for the rest of the cover since I only bought a front. Her price for that is really reasonable, I just don’t have a lot of money right now. I wonder if she’d accept this slightly used puppy who ripped through two skeins of pricey yarn this morning… Likely not, and I couldn’t blame her.

Anyway, see, this is the thing with the hyper. I get really rambly. I’ve got to go do something while I wait. I’ll get those links out to you soon!

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2 responses to “Holding Pattern

  1. Congrats! Guess I better finish Hush Money STAT! Though at the rate I’m going (productivity-wise in the office), I should finish it today! (Shh…it’s awesome!)

    I am so glad this is a series. I have attachment issues. I miss characters way too much when they are gone, that I end up re-reading novels just to visit them again. Why yes, I am a dork.

    • The way you were talking about the page numbers, I thought you must be done already. I can’t believe it printed out to be that long! I’ve so enjoyed your tweets while you’ve been reading it. It’s so fun seeing someone enjoy it, and I really appreciate you going over it for me. I’m already well into the outline for Joss’s and Dylan’s next adventure and hope to put it out in the fall.

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