Rights, that's it. I talked months ago, before I left for Ethiopia that I wanted to publish Flicker. And it's not like I don't have a reason for it not being on Amazon yet aside from being lazy. Time to get off my butt and actually format it for Kindle.
That being said, I have a few questions for you guys.
- What's appropriate to put on the copyright pages of self published books? All Rights Reserved and leave it like that, or something more detailed? And if you're writing under a pen name, is that what you have the copyright under? Is © Gwen Tolios legally correct?
- Covers! I was a much bigger fan of my previous mock covers, but that was back when I had access to Photoshop and InDesign. Now, I just have Paint. And let me tell you, it's a pain to work with. I tried to draw a chair and it didn't work. And so I tried to make one using shapes, and it also failed. Rawr. So, of the two below that I spent more time on than it looks like, which do you like best? Suggestions?
I know it's been awhile since I've talked about the story, but it's a ghost story. Cydelle can talk to the animal ghosts around her farm, and lonely for company she goes searching for a human ghost. I wouldn't call it a happy story.