Right, well. It’s no easy thing to admit that I’m in no way a professional formatter or even an accomplished self-published author. Not yet. I haven’t been doing this all that long and suffering with a chronic illness that causes chronic, daily pain and chronic fatigue doesn’t make my life any easier. I mean, I don’t have time to be sick. I’ve always said that. I can rest when I’m dead. A little morbid. I know, BUT, it’s true. I’ve got way too many ambitions and dreams to allow an illness to completely take over my life.
Unfortunately, a busy Xmas period and New Year has set me back quite a lot and I haven’t been blogging or posting much on social media. Although, I try to keep up with everyone else and their writing goals and accomplishments. I haven’t been able to sort my recent publication to the standard I promised to myself. I did publish the ebook, which was a monumentous mistake because after a Beta reading on the proof copy of the paperback, it turns out I’ve done the same thing I usuall do and I haven’t clarified a certain aspect of the book. The paperback also required additional formatting due to the re-setting of the margins, which in turn messed up all of my page breaks and a few other things as well that require rectifying.
THIS MEANS I HAVE UNPUBLISHED OATH OF GODS ON KINDLE FOR THE TIME BEING.
I have until the end of January to sort this issue.
I write because it helps me to forget about the constant, nagging pain, but sometimes the fatigue takes over and I have to heal. I write because I love it. I write for myself.
However, I understand the need to publish a product that is of a certain standard.
I will offer Oath of God FREE on Kindle for a set period of time, once I’ve dealt with the formatting of the paperback. I can only apologise for this lapse in judgement.
I publish my work in the hopes that some people will like what I’ve done.
I’m not quite established in the self-publishing world and I can only write as my awkward body dictates. It’s infuriating. And I get aggitated with myself.
More updates later.
Thanks for all your patience with my awkward self.