Well, "Focused Fandom: Cosplay, Costuming, and Careers" is edited, it's in my publishing que, and it should be fine and ready to go. Reviewers have copies (and if you want to review, let me know).
So what's next? Oh right – the web.
First of all, there's updating my sites for my books (Fan To Pro, Convention Career Connection, Best Of Fan To Pro). See, my sites often have author profiles, so I need to update my work on them. But of course, not launch them because the book isn't out yet.
Then there's the book's site. That has to be updated – oh, but not fully complete yet, because I have to process and update a few things.
Then, finally, my site.
So I have to get all this ready and qued up, in different forms of completion. Then I have to update them more or less all at once when the book is out.
But done yet? No! I have to update my LinkedIn profile. I have to consider some Facebook pages. I will inevitably find errors.
Then as reviews drift in, I have to link sites . . . you get the idea.
The web is an inevitable part of any book launch self-published or not. There's a bit of effort here, needless to say.
I'm starting to think I need to outsource this a bit more . . .