Well, there’s still no news on the agent front. I’ve had a few rejections, not surprised there, and a whole bunch of silence.
I guess literary agents are pretty busy people. Honestly, I would really like to have one when I get my manuscript back in May from Saga Press. It’s a mutual decision on both our parts, don’t worry. I’m just going to be at a loose end on what to do with Wild Hunt when I get it back. Do I re-self publish? Do I just put it in the dust pile and keep sitting in the ghost writing chair for the rest of my days? I have no idea, and am feeling rather discouraged right now.
You know it’s a huge kick in the pants when the client I’m ghost writing for says that my stuff is probably the best stuff he’s got out there, and I can’t take any credit for it what so ever, since I’m just sitting in the shadows. If I’m really that good, why isn’t anyone looking at my stuff? I would really like to work on my stuff again. Sit down finish the sequel to Wild Hunt, get my Sci-Fi Fantasy book finally off the ground, stuff like that.
So if anyone has any idea on where to point my nose regarding Wild Hunt, please drop me a line in the comments. I really would like some feedback.