Wow! This has been an interesting, educational and busy extended holiday weekend. At the beginning of last week I thought I would be spending Easter alone, but the universe apparently had other plans. My oldest son was able to come for a visit and just left this morning. He brought along his computer knowledge and built in patience as a teacher. As a result, my computer has more memory and I know more than I knew a week ago about what I can do with it.
I now have a copyright on my newest project,"Journey of an Enlightened Egotist". I was not aware that it is now done electronically. My first two books were done the hard way- literally! I remember making hard copies, having them bound and shipping them off to the appropriate office. This time it was so much easier and the book is now official. I felt like God was saying, "It is finished stop messing with it and move on to your next project!"
In regards to this project, my son is in the process of making it available on Amazon as a Kindle in a few days. In my heart I knew it was not supposed to be published as a hardcover book. I had recently attempted to do that on Lulu.com and ended up deleting it because my intuition was telling me that was not where it belonged. I have always known this project was meant to be self-published in some form. I do not want an editor to change one word. This is how the Kindle cover will look, the photo is mine.
My son also listed my previously published books, Wake Up! and A Gathering of Spirit on half.com. I have had copies sitting in a box in my closet for years not going anywhere. When you have limited resources and electronic knowledge it is difficult to promote projects. These books are timeless so it really doesn't matter that they were written several years ago.
In exchange for computer help I cooked up some scrumptious meals for my house guest, using my special talent. He didn't have to cook and we didn't have to eat alone. We also watched two movies neither of us had seen; The King's Speech and Secretariat. Both were excellent.
All in all it was an interesting, educational and busy holiday weekend that I am very grateful for having experienced.