hauberk-bw_for-webAs you may have heard, Samhain Publishing, who published my Hauberk Protection series, announced a month or so ago that they were planning on winding down.

The contracts I signed for each of the Hauberk book was for seven years — that means I could have asked for the rights to Private Property back a few months ago, but at the time I decided to leave all the Hauberk books in place until I could ask for them all back at once (which would have been 2019 for Hidden Heat), but with news of the uncertainty with Samhain’s future, I decided to request they revert my rights to Private Property back to me — and they have. 

I will be releasing Private Property as a self-pubbed book in the near future — at the moment I’m looking for a cover artist who can create a design that will work for all the books as well as the black/white/red did for the current books. Once I’ve got a design I like, and get the book formatted again, I will release it as a self-pubbed book through Amazon, Kobo, iBooks, Nook and all the usual vendors.

Anyway, know that it’s not gone away permanently. Private Property will be available again soon. And please, remind your friends not to download it off a pirate site in the meantime. They wouldn’t work for free, and I can’t afford to either.

Change is a-comin’

2 thoughts on “Change is a-comin’

  • March 25, 2016 at 11:59 pm

    Have you seen the covers that Syneca Featherstone does? She does ALL kinds of artwork and the covers I’ve seen, both on her website and on books, are totally amazing. Just FYI
    Good to see your name pop up. Hope all is well with you and yours up in the north country.

    • March 28, 2016 at 3:29 pm

      Thanks, Shirley. I’ve been gathering names of a lot of various cover artists, and there are some fantastic artists out there. For now I’ve contacted the artist who did the original Texas Tangle and Tangled Past covers, as well as my Feeding the Flames cover and am waiting to hear back what she can come up with that will suit the entire series. Plus there’s all the other stuff self publishing requires me to do getting it formatted again. Thank heavens Canadians can get ISBN numbers for free! So much to do, so little time (or money)

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