Since making the move to self-publishing, Collin and I have found that 99% of our sales came from ebooks, so we stopped bothering with doing print editions--though in recent months, we've had several requests for paperbacks. I'm very happy to announce that I heard from Miika Hannila, our publisher at Creativia, this morning. Four of my novels are now available in ebook format at Amazon, and in paperback via Ingram, which means these books (and more to come) will be available through thousands of outlets worldwide, including Amazon...and bookstores!
Am I excited? You bet! Though at this point, our contract with Creativia only pertains to the backlist books, if all goes well and both sides are happy with the results, they may be publishing all of our future works.
And there's more news. I've been considering options for doing online novels--serialization--to test readers' response to new and different projects from what I normally write. In a few weeks, I'll be relaunching my WordPress blog as Beishir Books, a place for Collin and I to introduce our new works, chapter by chapter.
And I recently did a blog interview with fellow Creativia author Lorelei Bell at author Lena Winfrey Seder's blog, Pearldrops on the Page. Check it out!