Well, I finally did it.
I decided to register a trade name (fictitious name) with the county I live in. I paid US$52 to register, was in and out of the County Clerk's office in about five minutes.
The name I chose is a slight twist on my maiden name (if I told you what it is, I'd have to kill you ;-)).
March Winds Publishing.
I also have an idea for a logo.
I might make a little. I might make a lot. I might not make a damn thing. All of that is okay; I've chosen my path after taking into account a lot of things, namely my age (I'm pushing 50, even though I don't look it, so says my hubby and others :-)), my health (I had a brain aneurysm three years ago; my left kidney isn't in the greatest shape), and I'm a personal control freak. I love learning new things, always have, always will.
Again, as I said in previous post, I have nothing against people going via the legacy/traditional route. Or the e-publisher only route. As long as people know what's involved and can ask themselves honestly what the best route is for them, then what's wrong with that?
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