We’re too far in. Too deep. Too intertwined.

Can’t stop. Won’t stop. Don’t wanna stop.

Here’s what I think:

  1. Stop writing. Although we should keep editing.
  2. Start exploring marketing. What are our options? Energy levels? Figure it out, map it out and set dates. What platforms? Timeline?
  3. If #2 sounds promising, keep it going until we have _______ readers, followers, fans. What’s that number? 100? 1,000?
  4. Once we do, we let it slowly drip out into the world like a broken chocolate fountain. Yeah, a chocolate fountain that doesn’t flow, but drips … but doesn’t stop.

I, for one, really want to see where Sally and Rick take this. I am as curious about Rick as I am about Sally.

I think it’s now Bradley & Lone’s turn to take the reins and give this our best effort. I think we need tasks, deadlines and milestones to strive for. Also, we need to know when to stop if we don’t reach our goals.

If a reader has 12% of the fun and enjoyment and suspense and mystery as I have when writing about Rick, we’re all set. Because I’m having so much fun doing this that it’s hard to calculate.

Lone? In?
Sally? In?
Rick –> In.
Bradley –> In.

We’re halfway there. 😉

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  1. So, I was just about to write a post like this when I see here that I … already wrote a post like this.

    I’m (happily) busy with my Book Sales Page (BSP) project, but I want to come back to this. I also believe that a BSP would be a good idea for us to build to “flesh out” our ideas and then promote that BSP for our story and see how it goes.

    Thoughts? Let’s get on the phone soon.

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