Ah, the life of an Indie author.

Is there anything that beats it?

I've had the privilege of knowing scores of Indies over the last decade or so.  They are a crowd full of accomplishment.  Most of them have spent years juggling work, family, and writing.

That's what makes them so great.  They possess a depth of experience, the soil out of which remarkable stories grow.

Most Indies labor in obscurity, and that too makes them great.

Obscurity is the hard rock that can maim or liberate a writer.

It has done both many times for many years.  And it will continue in its treacherous pursuits.

Give me a handful of worn-down Indie writers who keep at it through thick and thin, and I'll show you a bunch of people worth knowing.


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