Friday, June 15, 2018

My publisher is closing

Desert Breeze Publishing is closing. They aren't going bankrupt or anything like that, just closing. I admire them for having continued for so many years - I can't even imagine the effort that goes into running a publishing house.

It is sad news for me; I have been with them for many years, and it feels like the end of an era. Now, all the smaller publishing houses I once submitted to are gone.

Their wonderful editors and cover artists have helped me so much, bringing me all the way from a clunky foreigner who didn't understand American styles to an actual writer. They have believed in me, and put time and energy into helping me. I will forever be grateful.

Practically, I'm getting my book rights back. I will re-edit them, and some will get new covers. I think Flashback will be the first one to be re-published, and it will return to the market early August.

Thank you, Desert Breeze Publishing for everything you have done. You will be missed.

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