Cerridwen Press opened its doors last night. It’s part of the ellora’s Cave press, but not erotic – it’s mainstream and genre fiction. I wonder how it will do. I’m interested because they have two of my books under contract, ‘The Pirate Lover’ (which I had titled ‘Ranger’s Woman’ but it was too close to another title and got changed, and personally I think it’s not that great, but I was the one to find that one too…I really suck at titles.) And Angels on Crusade, a reissue of a book that had been out for about 6 months at NBI before that publisher folded (taking all my royalties with it, I may add…) I really like Angels on Crusade, and I hope it does well there. It’s a gritty book about a time traveller sent back to the 12th century to save the crown of France.
Here is the site: www.cerridwenpress.com – they are taking submissions for all genres. Right now they are e-books, but will switch to print in a short time.
Another book of mine, Virtual Murder (science fiction – under my real name, Jennifer Macaire) will be coming out in print as soon as I get the print contract off. I have been lazy about getting to the post office, but I’ve been very busy lately too! It’s over at Loose-Id, www.loose-id.com a very professional publishing company that puts out (IMO) some really well-written, interesting books.
Next week I’m off to a conference in Germany. I’m looking forward to that one – it’s much smaller than RT, and so I won’t feel so lost! My publisher, Ellora’s Cave, will be there too. Conference website: www.booklover.de