Same here, Patrick. I got fed up waiting on being accepted. Furthermore, the plot of my debut novel surrounded some current themes, which were evolving rapidly. The longer I waited on the gatekeepers, the more I'd have to rewrite my story to keep it as modernized as possible. So I went Indie, and after what I read on JA Konrath's blog, I'm glad that I did.Patrick Skelton said:Had enough of the rejection letters. So glad I took the Indie route. Haven't gotten rich, but am hundreds of dollars richer than I was months ago.
India gave my answer!IndiaLeeBooks said:I made the decision the moment I realized it was an option. I've always been a fan of streamlining and cutting out the middle man and that combined with being a control freak and a fan of immediate gratification made self-publishing such an exciting option!