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by Captain Walker

Categories: CW

For the last two years or so I’ve been thinking more and more about publishing stuff. I must say that I have been hesitant. All of my writings have not been inspired by the ‘love (or want) of money’. In fact as I get older I grow to resent the effect money has on minds.

Anyways my thoughts are not motivated by money but about making a difference. Naysayers will expect me to show an advance return on investment – you know, they always want to see that I can ‘make the money’. To such idiots I say “FUCK OFF!!” Like hello!! I said if I produce anything in the way of books it will not be for ‘money’. And to those who will ask “Well what it is about, then?” I will gladly repeat, “FUCK OFF!!“. And to those who then go on “Difference to what and how many?“, I gladly repeat, “FUCK OFF!!“.  So by now you’ve probably gotten the message – which should be that I’m not interested in what you think.

I’ve been looking at the sort of stuff that has been put on self-publishing sites – the stuff that as been selling. Surprisingly to me, it isn’t the greatest well written material but the sort of stuff that is interesting with all the grammatical errors. 

And just hold on!! I’m not telling what I’m publishing until it’s been put up, so save the loadah questions.

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