New publisher

As I explained here, Immortal is changing publishing houses, and Hellenic Immortal is on board with the same publisher.  That publisher?  The Writer’s Coffee Shop Publishing House, henceforth known as TWCS because that’s a mouthful of a name.

I met some folks from TWCS at the Indie Book Event over the summer, and honestly I think the only reason it took this long to inquire about working with them was that I thought they only handled romance.

You will find that TWCS has a website!  And marketing!  And promotions!  And you will likely find that the least expensive place to buy their books is directly from their website, so keep that link on-hand.

Publishing dates

The new edition of Immortal will be available February 9, 2012.  This edition will have a new cover design (about which you will hear more about just as soon as we figure out what the hell the new cover should look like) and it will be marketed as having a bonus chapter/teaser for Hellenic Immortal.  I would LOVE it if you, a fan who has already read Immortal, picked up a new copy of the book.  But I’m going to be honest with you: the bonus chapter is the same thing I shared with you at the beginning of the summer.  You can read it for free right now here.

The publishing date for Hellenic Immortal is April 5, 2012.

Keep in mind these dates are written in very dark pencil, not ink.  Ahead still is: editing; cover design for both books; navigating the mayhem likely to ensue when attempting to issue a new edition of a book from a different publisher than the one who published the old edition, which is going to wreak havoc with online retailers.

Now then: anyone want to pitch a cover idea to me? I’m open to anything.

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  1. Dan on January 17, 2012 at 6:28 pm

    Does this new publisher have a more appropriate license than the other one? I checked their web site and didn’t see anything obvious.

    • genedoucette on January 18, 2012 at 9:57 am

      License? Not sure what you mean…

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