“It’s time to back off a bit on the arguments for self-publishing,” says author-activist Hugh Howey. “It’s over. We can coexist now.” And with that, one of the most prominent of the indie authors in self-publishing today calls on his followers to hold their fire. The most important points, Howey says, have been made and understood.
Tweeze stray hairs from between your eyebrows. Wonder if you are getting gray hairs on your temples or if it’s just the way the light reflects. Write something but get distracted and don’t finish. Try to draw inspiration from submission calls but get discouraged and don’t finish.