Some of you may be asking,"Why self-publish online? Why not go with the traditional publishing routes? Don't you know you're jeopardizing your future in print publishing? Have you lost your freakin' mind?"
I guess I'm a bit of a
I enjoy creating something, sharing that creation with folk, and getting the immediate feedback. It's much the same as being onstage in front of an audience and hearing and seeing their response to your words and actions. Anyone who's been there can tell you: it's a rush.
I'll continue to submit my other stories to print and online markets. No change there.
But I think Kat and Mouse lends itself nicely to the serial format.
As far as jeopardizing future publishing because it first appeared online?
David Wellington and Monster Island seems to have done fine in print...