I’m easing myself into a new role, publisher. It only makes sense. I self or indie publish. Chuck Wendig (http://terribleminds.com/ramble/2013/09/09/why-i-like-the-term-author-publisher/) has proposed that those of us who indie publish are not only authors, but publishers too. He’s encouraging the term Author-Publisher.
I’m embracing that term. I took the plunge Sunday morning and bought a domain name for my own publishing house: 2ndWindPress.com. What was exciting was filling out the on-line form. It asked for my organization and my position. I, with more than a bit of a thrill, typed in 2ndWindPress and Publisher. I know, I’m easily entertained, but my heart actually beat faster.
Today I’ll go over to the Chamber of Commerce and get my Doing Business As (DBA) form. I might as well jump on into the deep end.
How will this affect me? I’ll have a nifty logo (still in design) and publishing house name to add to the spine of my books. It sets me up as a professional. It confirms that I’m serious about my writing and getting my books published.
It has been a crazy 2 years since I first began writing. I hope you stay with or join me for the ride.
Just a reminder, my latest book, Recall, is on Amazon.com at http://www.amazon.com/Recall-Connie-Cockrell/dp/1484886224/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1375657368&sr=1-2Share this: