After a very busy week and weekend, with no time for myself: I started to write.
We had a celebration last Sunday. Which meant that I had a lot more to arrange during the week, than normal.
I don’t complain. I had a busy but fun week and weekend.
But I missed the calmness and the relaxation of just sitting down with a book or doing my online reading. Where I keep up with what is going on here at Medium.
Most of all I missed the writing part. To empty my head of new ideas or stories that I one day might put together into an ebook, for others to read as well.
I missed it. But I knew that it was only temporary. Soon enough I would get back to my writing as if I had never been away.
However not being able to spend any time writing. Especially on Sunday, felt terrible. Sundays are the only day when I can put everything aside (without any guilt), and just write.
So while waiting for our guests, I took the chance to do some writing. And it felt so good, could have kept going for hours!
But well, the guests arrived.
I tried to be somewhat social, still sitting in front of my laptop. But eventually, I had to close it off and join in the rest.
The first question I got was: What are you writing?
Having a blog here on Medium is sort of my own thing, so I don’t tell a lot of people about it. But my ebooks, everyone can hear about.
After receiving the question, I simply answered that I’m writing on an ebook. Period.
Oh, was the answer I received. You are a funny one, arent you? You love to read books, but you want to sell ebooks?
She got me there! Took a moment or two until I managed to answer that I would like to do both. I just haven’t figured out how, yet.
The question however is still ringing in my head: Why would I want to publish ebooks, when I prefer to read pocket/hard cover? I don’t know.
Maybe it has to do with… But it could also be because of… However…Hmm…
The simple answer is that it’s easier to find somewhere to self-publish ebooks than to publish books.
The interest in ebooks is also growing every day. So while I do love to pick up a new book to hold, smell and turn the pages on (yes, I’m weird).
I also know that my…