Once you post something online, it’s there for the world to see. While that may sound kind of scary, really it’s all about finding and searching the correct key terms before you’re discovered. On the other hand, it also helps to share via word of mouth. That definitely saves a lot of time when sharing something that’s on the extensive, content-filled world of the Internet.
A Moment’s Worth has been available to the world for four months now, and while a certain number of people at my school know about it (simply because they’ve been told directly), other than that, a majority of the campus doesn’t know. I’m taking five classes during this last quarter of school and out of all of my professors, only one of them knows that I’m a published author. The weird part? I wasn’t even the one who told him. It was a friend of mine who did. This professor’s response: “And you’re Doctor who?” (I’m not going to lie, it was a bit flattering to see how stunned he was.) Continue reading “My Not-So Secretive Secret”