How Not to Get Overwhelmed with Indie Publishing

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Rachael Ritchey

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In the indie publishing world it doesn’t take much to feel overwhelmed, and for some this means giving up before ever truly starting. It doesn’t matter if you’ve barely written a page of your book or have finished it (even going so far as to have it edited and uploaded to your preferred publishing avenue), there always seems to be more to do! I’m here to encourage you to keep at it regardless of where on the journey you find yourself.

Whenever I feel overwhelmed with a new stage of writing or publishing my work I break it down into smaller, more manageable chunks, which sounds easy enough but can occasionally be a difficult thing to accomplish.

For today, here’s a first step to not getting overwhelmed:

  1. If you haven’t done it yet,  write down your motivation/goal/desired outcome for writing and publishing a bookWhat do you want…

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