So, after taking a break from Let It Be (I was quite discouraged by the trailer-fiasco, and lacked inspirtation for it) to work on a new project, I've decided to return to our tale of Abby and Sam.
Let It Be is currently undergoing another makeover- not so much the story this time as the wording. It's no secret I'm not the most literary-fantastic writer, but I'm trying to add some sort of literary depth to Let It Be.
Anyways, I've been thinking about self-publishing it. Going to Amazon, just putting it up, sitting back, and seeing what happens. After this new edit, which should be done in the next month or so, depending on how much I decide to do, I'm thinking about revealing it to those who haven't already asked to read it.
The deal? Letting my work out into the world is the scariest thing in the world. Terrifying. I don't know if I can deal with people not liking it, or worse--- no one reading it at all. Or maybe worst of all--- people liking it. Everything is terrifying. And if I self-publish online, does that mean that I'll never get it legitly published? Will I never get a chance to rearrage it, write a new edition of it, and publish it again? It all feels so final.
We'll see, I suppose :)
ALSO-- It's so totally getting a new title. I personally HATE "Let It Be." I only chose it because I couldn't come up with anything, and it was the caption of a picture I liked. So pathetic. So be expecting that change, too :)