I am having quite a time of publishing at the moment. Yesterday, I published the 112,000-word fifth sequel to Behind The Smile, called The Dream and today I published the second in the Megan Compilation Series of five 11,000-word novelettes on the psychic development of Megan, a teenage Celtic psychic.
I should be ready to publish my Nano 2015 challenge entry, the 50,000-word A Night in Annwn on Monday.
That all sounds good enough, but I still have the 80,000-word Andropov’s Cuckoo waiting in the wings ready for publishing.
All well and good, but my patience finally ran out as far as my website host Hostgator was concerned and I dumped them. I have moved to a company I had never heard of before, but they moved me lock stock and barrel this afternoon.
That meant publishing my websites again, but they took care of that for me. I have not had a chance to test the sites yet as I am out proofreading Annwn, but I will go home to test them within the hour.
I will post a report on my experience tomorrow, so if you are dissatisfied with your website host, wait twenty-four hours and I’ll let you know. My first impression of publishing my websites with these guys is very good, I can tell you that much and I have spoken to two people at the firm so far.
As for my publishing future, after about the second week of December, I find that it is not worth promoting for the rest of the month, so I will probably be publishing some of the non-fiction that I currently only have on Amazon, on other platforms too. Notably, Lulu, Kobo, and GooglePlay.
It is also a good time to be thinking of new ideas – book titles and the like.
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All the best,