I have news.
When Collin and I first signed with Creativia, it was only for my backlist books. Since they were first published in the '80s-'90s, the manuscripts were either typed on my old electric typewriter or saved onto the old floppy discs that don't work in today's computer equipment. That meant they'd have to be a. completely retyped, b. dictated and converted to text or c. scanned and converted to text. This led to some major frustration when we published the first three in digital format, so we jumped at the chance to have them re-published through Creativia.
At first, I wanted Collin to continue to design the covers. The covers we were shown were pre-fab and I was unimpressed. But the custom designs for Alexander's Empire, as you can see, are another story. Collin and I are both quite pleased. Now to choose a font....
By mutual agreement, Creativia will be publishing all of our books, with the possible exception of the novella length stuff. I haven't discussed that with Miika Hannila ( our publisher) as yet. But I'd be happy to have them publish those as well.