…aren’t top Literary Agents and Big Five Publishers imaginary species?…

It’s that man again. šŸ˜‰

Seumas Gallacher

ā€¦this olā€™ Scots Jurassic scribbler has long since realized that any complaining or whining from me, about anything, seldom achieves positive resultsā€¦ and that fact pertains especially to my publishing aspirationsā€¦ over the past ten years, Iā€™ve experienced the sumā€™time exhilarating, sumā€™time depressing, pendulum familiar to many authorsā€¦ when my first wee literary baby came hot onto Auntie Amazon Kindle, I savoured the high that came with a successful first book sales volumeā€¦ that tome reached #3 on Amazon (all titles) at the timeā€¦ subsequent titles were equally well receivedā€¦ from a novice self-publisher, I graduated into having an excellent, small, hybrid publisher, but amicably parted company with them after a year, as the sales were not to my expectations, dropping to levels well below those that my own marketing and promotional activities generatedā€¦ in between then and now, Iā€™ve also dabbled with a freelance agent, but equally friendly severanceā€¦

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