I want you to keep that in mind, because, frankly, as I delve into this licensing topic, I’ve trouble hanging onto that myself. Actually, I have put off writing this post for a few days now, partly, I told myself, because I needed to cover my brain for this complicated topic. But that’s not all of it. I’m overwhelmed by the workload facing me-with my backlist. I thought that away Once, and set up a system (with Dean) on how to take care of that gigantic herd of elephants, I down calmed. I was a bit angry about the workload facing me, because I must say I hate thinking about projects I’ve already finished.
My creative brain doesn’t like to deal with them; they’re doing. Only now, because we’re applying a big change in how exactly we do business, they’ve been revived in a way I hadn’t contemplated before. In some ways, those who are just starting out with one or two books can make this change more quickly than the rest of us.
You can do the task we’re going to construct over the summer with significantly less work than those folks with blacklists that quantity in the thousands. I know some of you worried following the first post that you wouldn’t have the ability to do any of this until you were famous, or until your project is really as big as Game of Thrones.
That’s incorrect. It can be done by you as a relative unknown with …