Is it wrong if I want to skip trying to be published traditionally and all of the agent-hunting and rejection and waiting that comes with it, and just go straight to electronic publishing?
I haven't decided if that would be a cop out or if it would be only logical -- I spend much of my day on the Internet, "speaking" with people all over the world who I've never met in person. Maybe e-publishing and self-marketing is just the next logical step.
Or maybe I'm just afraid of rejection. I have, as I've mentioned, a healthy fear that my book is the worst book that has ever been written, so maybe I'm just worried agents and publishers will laugh in my face.
Or maybe I'm just realistic. Many very good authors can't get published traditionally for whatever reason, and some of them who have self-published have been very successful. Some authors get published traditionally, and their books tank anyway.
I could simply be lazy. This is a very real possibility.
Anyway. That's what's on my mind today. Back to writing. Must write. Must finish. Or die. One of the two.