Hump Day? Really?

My husband reminded me that it was hump day today…umm…what does that mean for a WAHWM (Work At Home Writing Mom)? Not much. I still have kids to tend to, meals to cook, book marketing to do, and stories that need to be written, edited, or format.

My Jobs are 24/7. The only break I take is marketing on the weekends. But it makes me smile that he’s so excited. Like a kid in a candy store.

So after my #WriterWednesday’s Tweeting, I’ve been catching up on blog reading emails, sending free copies of My Lord Hades and Persephone off to Reena’s blogversary giveaway winners, creating coupons for free copies of My Lord Hades and Persephone for curious readers willing to give me reviews in exchange for the free copy, and basically trying to figure out where I want Ruis Publishing to go.

I created a store for Ruis Publishing only to realize that it might not work so great. I don’t plan on marketing and promoting Ruis Publishing. I needed it to buy ISBN’s and use Lightning Source’s POD service. I’ve since decided not to go with Lightning Source and I’m debating the whole ISBN thing. So that leaves me wondering if I want one more thing to take care of on my already full plate.

Maybe I should reconsider it all, writer or publisher?

4 thoughts on “Hump Day? Really?

  1. Let me know what you plan to do about Ruis Publishing. Either way is fine. You need to take care of yourself first. 😀

    I’m constantly asking myself how much work should I take on? It’s not an easy question because there are so many things we want to do but are limited by time and our other duties.

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