In which I discuss my experience with self publishing SFF short stories.
Hey, y'all! #Worldcon76 is on, but not all of us could make it. So I thought it would be fun to for those of us staying home to join in the fun by hosting some #NotAtWorldCon panels. I'm going to kick things off by discussing my experience with self publishing short fiction. 1/— Aidan Moher ???? READ YOUNGBLOOD RAWR (@adribbleofink) August 16, 2018
In general, self publishing short stories has been a positive experience for me. It all began a few years ago when I published my short fiction collection, TIDE OF SHADOWS AND OTHER STORIES. You can read my in-depth thoughts on Medium: https://t.co/5nLdm5eXiW #NotAtWorldCon 2/— Aidan Moher ???? READ YOUNGBLOOD RAWR (@adribbleofink) August 16, 2018
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The gist, though, is that I believe readership outpaces the number of paying markets for short fiction. I've discussed this with @tyschalter in the past, and one thing seems clear: we spend a lot of our day on social media and reading news/non-fiction articles. #NotAtWorldCon 3/— Aidan Moher ???? READ YOUNGBLOOD RAWR (@adribbleofink) August 16, 2018