Cattski is one of the most prolific songwriters I know. I'm guessing that if given the right mood, she can write a dozen songs a day. If that's the case, I would guess (again) that her next problem would be on how to put them in a compilation demo.
But she did. And she's doing it in style.
Check out her live demos in YouTube. Her format is to record her demo in front of a video camera. There's so many advantages when doing this...
One is that she gets to have the song's credibility of ownership even without filling in the copyright application sheets. Next is that by doing this, she is essentially gigging... reaching out to a wider audience at minimal work. Third is that she can easily pull this off because her artist name represents both herself and her band.
To date, she's self published her 2nd demo release Quickfix. Smart isn't it? Why haven't I thought of that?