I am an author living in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. I recently published a children's book called "The Unicorn's Horn. It is available at Publish America's website or on Kindle.
December 5, 2011 at 11:51AM
Delirium Author: I used Publish America to publish my books too. :) I think getting an agent is a better way, but that's only because I have zero business sense. ha ha
January 17, 2012 at 3:17PM
Cindy Warren: I won't use them again. They did a lousy job of promoting it.
January 17, 2012 at 6:03PM
Delirium Author: Agreed. That's my thought as well. :) Agent is the way to go!
January 17, 2012 at 6:30PM
Tawnyowl: Sad to hear you are disillusioned with PA. I have a book with them, but refuse to pay for any 'promotion'. I think you might as well see how it does without paying for anything. In the end it is simply not worth it! best Wishes, Tawny
February 18, 2012 at 6:08PM
snowcat: Congradulations on getting your book published and wish you great success. I'm working on a children's book which I hope to have ready to submit to a publisher soon. I'm thinking of using Outskirtspress but am not sure.
I see you love horses too. I love watching the show jumping competitions from Spruce Meadows on the CBC.
March 8, 2012 at 3:01PM
Kaine Darcwater: I congratulate you. Yet, after my experience with self publishing, I'll never do it again. Sky Park was published by IUniverse.com, truth to these publishers is they will publish anything even if it needs loads of work.
July 20, 2012 at 7:54PM
Kaine Darcwater: Most of the descriptive talent in Sacred Harbor was due to my partner Robyn. I drove her to leave, my chapters would be terrible. Vampires are just boring to most people these days.
Ben Colder : I am an old hand at having novels published and at the time I was publishing two novels in 04, under differebt name, I learned then the publisher you mentioned had so many law suites against them, I stayed away and got caught in another snare. Long story.
One man's take on life told thru humorous short stories from his childhood on into his mid-50's; from feeling like an outcast in school to being an adult. His intent: hope. Hope in that you shall see, no matter how rough life can seem -and is- at times, that you may be able to enjoy it. Each story will bring a laugh, a smile, a tear, a lesson.
The 23rd Annual Book Awards said:
"We Really Need To Laugh" shares “memories which will resonate with many readers. Overall a creative presentation of the author’s life given in a rather sing-song poetic story telling style; a pleasant read"
Paige Swanson inherits her aunt's mansion and moves to Savannah, Georgia. There she meets Cash Wilkins, the architect hired to restore the home to its full glory, and Bradley, the resident ghost - a Confederate soldier killed in the Battle of Chickamauga.
Locals believe Civil War treasure's hidden in the mansion. Paige's new home becomes a target for thieves. Both Cash and Bradley vie to protect her. Who will succeed? Will Paige find an even greater treasure; romance with Cash?
This novel weaves a tale of romance, history, and ghostly mystery that keeps readers enthralled from the first page to the last.