Tired but Accomplished

It has been a ridiculously busy week for writing. I’ve had to work towards preparing multiple stories for Halloween. I’ve now completed them and need to continue the process of cultivating them through the various stages. With any luck, I’ll have a Halloween Bundle #2 ready for 2019’s Halloween. I also put together a bundle of Vampire Caving 1-3, so that I can start sending that out. I’ll know if that works through the systems over the next couple of weeks. My hope is that I get that completed before the month is through.
Ultimately, I have a massive amount of work I am trying to figure out, but in a way, it’s worth it. By using these systems I’ve discovered, I can have my work pay for itself. That means that by the time I am full done with each story, I have a new well-rounded product on Amazon. These stories have been edited, decent covers, and some reviews. They have multiple ways to consume the stories (digital and audio) so that they gain the most readers possible.
I think that this is amazing and exciting! I’ve found a path that allows me to build stories without the massive out-of-pocket expense that many authors face. I get to choose what makes me happy to write, so that if I want a trio of Halloween stories, I can do that. If I want to build more in a particular universe, I can do that. If I want to try out longer books, I can do that. Any subject I choose, any length I choose, I can get them out into the world. I am feeling tired, but happy in what I’ve produced over the last few weeks.