My last foray into self-publishing went okay for a first time author. I sold a few hundred copies, the book was generally well-liked and well-reviewed, and I learned a LOT.
Which is good because I've got a list of things that I will change or do differently this time around.
First, and most importantly, I'm going to aim for a broader audience. My first three books were aimed at the "Middle Grade" age range.
This time around I'll aim for a more general audience. I'm still writing fiction, science fiction to be exact. It will likely be a larger book, broken into three smaller pieces. I will likely publish them separately at first, and maybe together as one unit if/when I get all three finished. I'm aiming for 50k - 65k words per part.
The first book is called:
Tin: a World of Dust and Glass Story
(well, that's the working title anyway)
Next time: new tools!