Can you even feed yourself on 99 cents a story?
Now 50 cent seems to have figured it out. If you read my previous post where I strongly suggested my Triberr reach of 26 mil plus each send me 25 cents, then I might be on to something too, huh?
What is rich, do you know? Do you think basketball player LeBron James is rich? If he’s rich then what does that make the guy who signs his paycheck?
Is it all relative? What is your number? They say a million dollars isn’t what it used to be; who would still like to have a million dollars?
I will bet that would buy you some new friends.
What’s your point?
What? Like I have to have one? Last time I checked this was still my post; well, me and WordPress and since it’s free they can probably pull the plug any time I suppose.
While I am still waiting for that BFO (blinding flash of the obvious) on who and what I want to be when I grow up, I’m just trying to be a sponge and absorb and learn what I can along the way.
As long as I am willing to learn then I should able to keep growing…of course now I’m growing out instead of up these days, but who wants to grow up anyway, right?
What I’m getting at is, if none of you are going to let me ride your coattails to fame and fortune then apparently I am going to have to figure it out myself. Being the ‘just show up’ guy, Houston, we have a problem.
Be patient, I’m getting there.
This weekend as I was reading a reply from Mr Extremely Average Brian Meeks, he was contemplating publishing a short story he had shared with me. Don’t tell him, but I changed the title and already published it under my name……….:).
He was going to go the 99 cent route too.
As the ‘just show up’ guy, maybe it’s a sign; just let it be known all who have offered suggestions on my journey it has been appreciated even if I haven’t implemented
any some of them.
I can do that too
Trust me, I will not be the early adopter on anything. I’m curious, but it’s just not in my nature to be leading the charge most of the time.
Therefore, I’m thinking this 99 cent gig can certainly allow low risk practicing in my quest to decide which fork in the road I want to take; even if my mother ends up being the only one purchasing a story.
Business or personal? What floats your boat?
I know many in here are much more prolific writers than I, so talk to me, who is actively doing this and what kind of results have you seen?
Are you driving a Bentley yet?
Pamela Fagan Hutchins, what say you?
Is it even worth the effort or should I just blog?
The main reason I’m considering this certainly isn’t for the money, but to be more disciplined in my writing efforts and give it a purpose.
Whadda ya think, can you get rich on 99 cents a story?