Back to work. I have sent 20 odd query letters to literary agents. Worked through the list in The Writers Market. I have to say sending one takes a great deal of time. I have gotten a few rejections, which doesn’t surprise me, nor do I plan to let it stop me. Moving on, I have applied for a NYS tax id to sell the books at shows and fairs.
I contacted a few comic cons and the ones in Canada thought it was cool to charge $700 for a small table. How do they expect anyone to pay something like that? I would expect things at a convention to be a bit pricey, but I can’t sell a book for $50 or more. Not only it is too much for the entertainment dollar, it is just ethically wrong! Most people just don’t have that kind of money. Guess where I am not going!
My next book, Lowe: Williamson’s Legacy, is in the works and soon I will start from the beginning and work my way through it, adding more romantic thought, and the main plot!
The weather has been so cold. Makes it hard to talk about hot rods this time of year, or life’s simple pleasures like motorcycle chicken wing tours. I am sure it will happen again, just be patient!