Hindsight is wonderful
I keep second guessing my decisions with hindsight. Some people would say that if I question the decision then the choice I made is the correct, or is it?
Years ago, I was offered a contract to write but I turned it down as I thought writing cheap porn would ruin my rep as a writer, it didn't help to find the publishing house went out of business within a year. At least I could have earned a few dollars for that year.
Around the same time, I was offered jobs writing fake reviews; again thinking of my rep I turned the idea down, my morals used to stop me from doing lots of things but I have thrown them to the wind in the last two years.
Now, I have no rep as a writer to ruin and I need to give e-books away, what a come down from the times when my science fiction series Forgestriker sold ten e-books a month.
On another front, I often think what would I do if I did get a writing contract offer?
After falling off my seat in wonder, my first question after checking the request for the authenticity of the requester, I would probably ask how much will it be costing me.
But, it's all conjecture as it won't happen be happening in the next two months, after that I probably won't be writing hereiamattheedge.blogspot.com/2018/11/i-have-shortened-odds.html#.W-1opOj7TIU.