Kevin Karpenske is blowing a great opportunity.
He's not producing any new fiction. He has a potentially large, rowdy, talkative cult audience for his stories. He earned the audience with a generous decision. (See "Payback.")
Now's his chance to win a booming readership, quite possibly an offer from a publisher, some real money writing the kind of story he loves. But he needs to write and post material, now more than ever.
Seth Godin says "overnight success" almost never is. It's preceded by long, intense groundwork.
What opportunity am I blowing? What about you? What groundwork aren't we laying?
A select but very substantial number of people need to know about a condition called Alpha-1. How do I get their attention?