05 September, 2018

September IWSG


It's the first Wednesday of the month and that means it is time for another Insecure Writer's Support Group. If you Would like to know more about it, please visit this link:

Optional Question - What Publishing Path are You Considering/Did You Take, and Why?

For years, I have researched publishing options for when I finally finished my book. After my research, I and also my family agrees that traditional publishing is best for me. I feel being a first time writer and if you are not already established with some sort of a platform, I believe the publishers could assist me in the right direction in the publishing industry. I saw the doubled work that comes with self publishing even though self publishing may work best for other writers, but I feel it's not best for me.

Secondly, I would prefer to publish internationally due to the decrease in diversity and the low tolerance in foreign countries and cultures the United States have. I also write manga, games and scripts and in other countries, I have seen one publishing company also dealing with these sorts of work. I rather be published under one publisher who can deal with all of my work and not just one. I am more interested in publishing wherever I will move to.

So anyway, I just submitted my first book to the copyright office and soon I will be looking for an agent and publisher. So I will seek to traditional publish, hopefully pretty soon. Whoever accepts my work, I will have much to offer to their company, for I have countless projects. I hope to get a publisher that can publish my books, manga, games and deal with scripts. So far, the only publishers I see fitting my needs are publishers in Japan. I would be happy if a Japanese publisher accepts my submission. I was waiting to move to Japan until I am fluent in Japanese and no, I'm still not fluent. Since publication may be sooner though, I can sort of read Hiragana and some Katakana; perhaps that is okay to just get by until I am fluent.

Of course, I am not just looking in Japan, but in countries I would be comfortable living in. However, Japan is preferable. 


  1. That's a lot to find a publisher who does it all, but it sounds like you have leads already. Traditional was definitely my route!

    1. I just didn't want to deal with too many contracts. Well, I guess the publisher doesn't have to publish all of this, but at least they deal with all of my book genres, but yes, I have found some in Japan that publishes everything. Yes, I do agree that traditional publishing is best.


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