I know I don't talk about Indie publishing as much as I used to. The truth is I fell out of the game when I got pregnant with kid number two back in 2013. I just couldn't keep up, and the landscape changed SO MUCH after this.
Things were hectic, so I've really just focused on writing.
However, it's not lost on me that:
1) self-published authors can still build an audience and make good money, and
2) more traditionally published authors are going "hybrid" and self publishing some of their works.
I've said it before and I still believe this: it's a great time to be a writer.
Because of this, some encouragement I've posted here before deserves repeating:
First, ebooks are forever.
Second, you never know which ebook you publish will take off.
Keep writing them. Lots of them.
Third, you never know when an ebook will
come back around and surprise you.