This week's Ask Kat question comes from Lorna Suzuki and was originally part of an interview for ALL KINDS OF WRITING.
The road to publication is difficult at the best of times. What made you decide go the indie route and self-publish your novel?
Most little girls play house or with dolls, I played store. I think I’ve wanted to own my own business since I was five. I come from a long line of people with that entrepreneurial spirit, so it was inevitable, really. I have nothing against traditional publishing, I have a lot of friends who work in the industry. But for me, it was more important that I do this myself, than hand my project over to someone else. I really like the idea that this is mine; that I made this. My words, my art, my design, my drive, moving it forward. That my readers get one complete vision, one story, one voice. Pure, the way it was meant to be.