For the past few years, let’s say 20, I’ve been slowly but surely working on many manuscripts and projects that I hoped would see the light of day. Several picture books, a few novels, and a movie starring puppets are all still very much in the dark, though a couple of things have been catching rays lately.
Rejections and interruptions lead me to set aside my goals many times, but I kept returning to them. I’m stubborn or stupid like that. Then my sister Tara, who was going through the same creative tumults, decided to self-publish Love Him Not: A Dating Adventure with 60 Mostly Unhappy Endings and helping her set me on the path of an independent author.
On this page, I will compile all the blog posts I write about my experiences and the learning I’ve done on the way to publishing my book Dot to Dot to Dot: 88 Advanced Dot to Dot Puzzles with Extra Dots.
I hope you find this information useful.
I write about the evolution of my Dot to Dot book’s cover design and what I learned along the way.
Here’s what I’m doing to get bookstores to consider my book.
I got the wrong end of the stick when it came to Wholesale v. Retail discounts for bookstores.