Over the past three years I have published a series of novels and short fiction anthologies with Noble Romance Publishing. I always enjoyed my interactions with the folks at NRP, and they put out quality products. But a shakeup in management took place at the end of last year, and the folks who took over at NRP were not deeply experienced in the publishing marketplace. I ceased submitting work to them, but they continued to market my titles they had earlier published, until two weeks ago, when they announced they were closing their doors.
I wasn’t surprised. But the good news is, the right to re-publish my NRP titles with another publishing house reverts to me. In the months ahead, I’ll be working hard at the task of re-publishing, probably through Amazon’s Creatspace program. At Createspace, I control all editorial content and cover design, and the royalties are stellar. So, the whole situation at NRP has probably turned into a positive situation for me. It’s funny how life works sometimes, isn’t it?
I’m home by myself tonight. I’ll drink a few beers, work on a writing project, and bake fresh fish fillets in the oven for dinner. I have a nice bottle of Pinot Grigio chilling in the fridge, so it’ll be a nice night for me.
Have a great Friday evening, everyone.