Welcome to the next page. This is the point where I feel like I'm actually moved in to the area. The part where I feel like I can start investing my time and emotional energy in getting to meet people, in going out and doing things and not feeling like I just showed up in the middle of the party.
It's also the point where I feel like, on the one hand even though I don't have any bookings for weddings or portrait sessions or anything like that, on the other hand I feel like I've done all of the things that I should have and that a lot of the seeds that I've sown over the last couple of months are getting ready to sprout. It's not something th
So, I did it. I took the plunge and put my most recent book up for sale in the Kindle Store.
You can check it out or buy it for $1 here: http://www.amazon.com/Plunket-ebook/dp/B004Q9TY0S/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&m=AG56TWVU5XWC2&s=digital-text&qid=1299244103&sr=1-1
I did it because I wanted it out there and available for anyone who might want to read it. I did it because I wanted it off my desk and I wanted some kind of resolution after spending the time and energy to write it that didn't result in the manuscript moldering away in my desk drawer. So it's out there. Now we get to see what happens with it.
We live in a strange time where authors ha
So, I've been working on getting my name and business out there and so far I've had a couple of leads but no bookings. Good news. Bad news.
I'm thinking about dropping by a few local shows and shooting some local artists and trying to pass out a few business cards here and there. I've been posting on craigslist and trying to keep my website on google's front page, but man I could use that first booking to know that what I'm doing is effective and not so much yelling into the wind.
I just interviewed with the local newspaper this morning, and while it looks like it'd be a great place to work I'm feeling more and more that I just want to be a