It makes me think of a juggler trying to keep three balls in the air or four plates spinning. It’s hectic and harrowing. And yet. Sometimes the best way to get one thing done is to do two. (Or am I getting that confused with the advice about how to improve a short story by writing the next one?)
Bacon Press Books is making some changes and they’re all good.
Here’s what’s different
Bacon Press Books is now concentrating only on helping authors re-issue as paperbacks and eBooks, titles that have already been published in hard cover. When the author has regained the rights.
While we’re really proud of the original fiction and nonfiction titles we’ve published and grateful to their authors for taking a chance on us, we want to stick with our original mission.
So with that in mind, we’ve revamped our website so authors can see clearly what it would cost to re-issue a book with us. Check it out.
At the same time, we’re offering another service that’s totally separate from the press.
Fiction, nonfiction, novel, memoir, beginners, pros – I’m happy to help. No matter where you are in your journey, I’ll join you.
Fortunately, there’s no crossover – no promise to publish because clearly you can’t be working on a new book and re-issue it at the same time.
You can read about the service here and if you know anyone who’s looking for help, please pass it on.
I know. I should have been collecting email addresses and writing a newsletter – but to be honest, the newsletters I receive tend to be a bit disappointing. They’re personal and interesting and I do take the time to read them, but it’s kind of like podcasts, and blogs, and all of these content-heavy new formats for communication. Sooner or later, people run out of material. In my case, I know it would be sooner.
So I’ll update this way from time to time and keep you posted on how these new changes are working.
News about our courses, our books, our authors, indie publishing, and maybe bacon.