Your guess is as good as mine. I'm still trying to figure that out.
I began creating stories and characters before I learned how to write. I was one of those weird little kids with and overactive imagination. If I didn't have a real person to play with, I created my own playmates and the adventures that we shared. I can't remember a time when I didn't write and can't imagine a time when I won't. Why has my primary focus to date been short stories and novellas? Because like most women today, I have a full time day job. I prefer to read shorts during the week because once I get engrossed in a book, I can't put it down. Not good if you have to go to work the next morning. I saved the novels for the weekends, as did the majority of my reader friends. They too preferred anthologies or short stories because they can get through them in an evening and get to bed at a reasonable hour before going to work the next morning.
The only problem was, until the past few years, the market for short stories, novellas, and anthologies with the standard print publishers were limited. So, I started writing my own. And then I discovered a whole new world…e-publishing.Login to subscribe to Kay Wilde updates
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