Thursday, September 10, 2009

Digital Drama

Lots of shake ups in the digital publishing world today. I'm saddened that Quartet Press didn't even open their doors. I was very interested to see if their business model would succeed.

Just found out that there's going to be some changes at another one of my publishers. The news hasn't gone public yet, so I can't say much. I'm not sure how it's going to affect me, as of yet. I, too, have struggled with major decisions about where to place manuscripts, how much time to devote to activities outside my writing career, etc. Right now, I seem to have hit a good balance, but that could all change in a matter of weeks or months. (Yes, I keep hoping that I'll get an agent and a traditional book publishing contract, which I'm sure will take up all my time!)

On another note, although I still haven't found my notes from my zombie historical, I've managed to re-research and replot. In doing so, I think the entire story has turned out better and deeper. So, perhaps it was all for the best.

The only bad thing is that I sat down and wrote 900 words then realized that it isn't where the book starts. I may be able to recycle the scene...but if not, I can recycle the pixels! LOL.

3 comments:

Ms Snarky Pants said...

I'll have you know, you have me totally and completely intrigued by this zombie historical! I was sad about Quartet Press too, especially for Angela James. How terrifying to make a decision like that and have the company dissolve before it's first book was released!

Ericka Scott said...

I know, I left my condolences for Angela on her blog. I know she'll land on her feet!

I'm really loving this zombie historical although I'm struggling with a few of those pesky household details of the 1800s. I have lots of resources for English historicals and none for American...(head thump)

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