So here's where I am: I've been thinking about it, and it takes approximately $50+ to publish one book. Because this is the system: Have it printed; that's ~$10. Edit; order final proof: ~$10. If I don't like it: make changes, order other proof, ~$10. Order hard copy: $25+. And this is all being funded by a twelve hour a week work schedule. At an Einstein's. Where I receive minimum wage. So that's about a $200 paycheck every two weeks. When I have to buy groceries and other necessities. So. I have published MOPH, which cost...let's see, I made three proofs, and then a hard copy--ooh but the hard copy was free. And then there was AYW which was two proofs and you know what, I think I'm going to edit that cover after all, because I got kind of a screwed up copy. So I'm going to go back in and change that before I forget.
Okay there we go. SO here's where I am: I'm probably going to limit my book making to one book a paycheck, or maybe one book a month. Maybe a book a month. And since I've hardly worked at all due to my neck and trip, it'll have to be put off a few weeks. BUT that also means good news: I get to write! I've been in aggressive book making mode, now I can retreat back to my comfortable corner and finally write. I can't even remember the last time I wrote Witches...