I guess I've spent enough time in that comfortable corner I've placed myself in. One of my publishers has decided not to place their books into Ingrams and Baker and Taylor, so brick and mortar book stores can order them. I understand their reasoning, but I want to be able to walk into my local B&N or Books A Million or... and find my books on the shelf. I'll still write for the publishers I'm working with now, but I want more. I guess it's time to place butt in chair and try to write a book good enough for the likes of Deidre Knight (my dream agent). It's time to grow.
As much as I love my ebooks and trade paper books, I'd like to walk into my local RWA chapter meeting and be able to show them my latest and have it be a mass market paperback. I've noticed the different reactions between trade and Mass. People seem to be more excited for those authors who have "made it" with the mass paperback. While trade seems to be more of, "You're getting there."
I want to "Make It."