Migrating ebooks and hardcover looks

A publisher I have been using to distribute some of my ebooks, Pronoun, is closing down. This means some titles of my ebook titles will disappear and then reappear on some retailers as I change over to a new company. In most cases any reviews they have received on the retailer’s site before the move will be lost, so if you have been kind enough to leave one, please check in a few weeks that the review is still there. It’s a disappointing situation, and means spending time on something other than writing, but if all goes to plan my books will be available in even more places than before. I’ll try to update the sales links on my website as the move progresses.

In other news, I have finally received my copy of the hardcover edition of Thank You: A Tribute To Chris Cornell. The images are darker than I’d like, but not bad enough to attempt reworking the whole book. Expanded distribution has now been selected, but buying directly from Lulu will save you 40% off the list price. The hardcover will start appearing on other retailers over the following couple of months.

I recently published a long-lost novel by Australian-born Rosa Campbell Praed. The Soul of Countess Adrian was first published in 1891, but had been out of print for a century. The story is a romance, but is set against Bohemian London and the occultism that was the craze of the time. Charm and drama merge in this lost piece of Australian literature history. It is available as a paperback on Amazon US, UK and Canada, and will appear on other retailers in the future. The ebook is also out on Amazon, and will appear on other retailers soon as part of the ebook migration.

I don’t have any titles scheduled for release in the near future, but I am working on a number of projects. Some horror, some romance, some long, some short. I had hoped to have at least one out before Christmas, but it’s highly unlikely now.

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