Today marks another milestone in my publishing career. Four years and nearly one month after my debut novel was first released, I no longer have a publisher. My last contract ended yesterday. I am now fully self published, for the time being at least.
Because it doesn't mean I'll never submit to another publisher. I'm still keeping that as an option if I see a submission call I like. I'm happy to do both. In truth, if it wasn't for losing Breathless Press last year, I'd still be happily contracting longer works while self publishing my short stories. But alas, that was not to be.
So what happens now? Well, Gethyon has been in edits for the last few months (along with several other pieces) and I already have a new cover bookmarked. It's having a complete revamp. I had hoped to be able to re-release as soon as the contract ended, but real life and too many other projects have held me up. I am hoping to have it back out in ebook and finally print in time for me to take copies to BristolCon at the end of October this year.
|Say goodbye to this cover!|