I didn’t consider every publication, but I would have liked to. I think I almost did. It felt like it at times. With all that leg work, or my fingers doing the walking as I combed those writer’s guides. But although some were lucrative, and I could have made an effort to ‘cater to the market’, many would not fit in with me.
Putting the poem on the back burner was the logical next step. This after desperately searching for a suitable publisher for it, but realizing there isn’t one, yet. Beforehand, he was deciding on finding a publisher for it or place it on his blog. He had at least decided that he would work on finding a publisher for it, and would continue the search at a later date.
Are avenues for writers scarce, these days? I’d like to think I would keep on trying them.
When through the quieter times of researching for another publisher, I expect something positive, although not knowing the shape of it.
So, stop telling me that I shouldn’t buy this or that.
I’m a writer
So, in light of this, should I write a commercial novel because I now feel what it’s like to be a consumer?