These days, it’s hard for a story teller to get noticed. There is a sea of information and work gets lost in the shuffle. The question isn’t, “How do I make a book?” as much as “Once I make a book how can I get noticed?” Well, in case I haven’t asked for your help yet, tell your friends about my books! Wash, rinse, retweet: http://tennapel.com/comics.html
How I wrote and Inked Bad Island
My fans (and critics) might like to know that I read every review of my books that I can find. Even more important is that I listen to what they’re saying.
I always assume that there’s something to learn from every reader, and I don’t see book making as a one way street. It’s a form of communication. I’m not saying that I take a vote on what to make next, but I do like to see what plots and characters bring enjoyment and which ones aren’t coming across as I intended. There’s only one way to understand if I’m making them right, and that’s by listening to my readers.