Book signings hereiamattheedge.blogspot.co.uk/2015/11/book-signings.html#.WbkDNRmGPrc are a running joke between me and my close friends.
I go to some at our branch of Waterstones but the thought of doing one myself is daunting, the only time I tried to beat my fear of public speaking it came back and bit me hereiamattheedge.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/a-year-ago.html#.WbkEChmGPrc
I suppose if I turn my last e-book www.draft2digital.com/book/235628 into a paperback, I will need to consider doing a signing
These days, yes I can
In short, the answer is yes.
At one time, the thought of writing 40,000 words was daunting, but these days if I can get into a story I see no reason why I could not pass 50,000 words. I stopped A Sailor’s Love https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07226FRDK at 35,000 words, not because the story ended but because after writing and living the story for 14 months, I decided I would not see enough reward for my time.
I was right, after over two years on sale, not a copy has been sold, despite friends of a friend saying they would buy copies to help her promote her cd’s.
Life in the Indie world.