In case you’re wondering where all my books went…

My publisher announced a few days ago they were closing.  Must Love Fashion and Must Have Faith have been removed from Amazon and all other retailers. Must Be Crazy was also scheduled for release October 22.

I had a couple of choices to make.

Oh, I cried, that wasn’t really a choice.

Option 1 (the easy lane)- Let it go. Can you hear Elsa singing? The easy thing would have been to deal with this in a couple of months.  When I got this news, I was in the middle of editing Drawing Bloodlines, I am putting the final touches on Forty Times Platinum (2.0) for pitching at the New Jersey Romance Writers Conference later this month and I have to go away the next three weekends. Then as I’ve done the last few years, starting November 1st, I will sit down and write, Matching Bloodlines, the 3rd book in my vampire series.

Option 2- Bulldoze ahead and get these books back up on my own.

Ignoring all the reasons why I can’t do this, I am doing it.

So stay tuned. Must Love Fashion* and Must Have Faith will be back up for sale soon.  When they do, for a short time, they will be available in e-book only format. I have paperbacks and will be at a few signing events (listed below). Must Be Crazy, will be available in both e-book and print and hopefully will still be released on the intended date Oct 22.

Keep me in your thoughts and prayers, please.

*One piece of exciting news, Must Love Fashion is getting a little bit of a makeover. I will be unveiling a new cover when the book is ready for sale again. I just saw a mock-up and teared up.

Upcoming Signings:

New Jersey Romance Writers, Put Your Heart in a Conference Book Fair, Saturday,  Oct 20, 4:30-5:30, held at the Woodbridge Renaissance Hotel, Iselin New Jersey, Diamond Ballroom

St. Stephen’s Fall Author Fair, Saturday, Nov 3, 3-5pm. Raffles! Held at St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church, Hicksville, New York.

 

 

One thought on “In case you’re wondering where all my books went…

  1. You can do it! If I can, anyone can do it. A frmew months ago I’ve been where you are now. I left Roane through choice but even at that stage I had my doubts. I loved the opportunity and confidence it gave me that someone saw the potential. You anyway have to do most of your marketing. That is the only difference. If you want to chat, email me

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