Back In The Saddle. My editor Mary Rosenblum died in March, while Jackie and I were in South Africa, so besides losing a mentor and friend I also lost several months in the editing process. Luckily my sister Meg had worked with Mary and took over the task of final edit. I had long since ditched the dream of having some company like Macmillan offer me six figures for the manuscript, so once we got back to the States I started looking for a Northwest publisher. Thus I came upon Inkwater Press in SW Portland – manageable, friendly and having a long list of enthusiastic reviews. I signed with them at the end of June. In addition to tending to all the nuts and bolts of the publishing process they will be guiding me in the game of marketing the finished product. Our plan is to have the book out for the Christmas reading season, so I promise lots more Blog posts to keep you informed of our progress.

One thought on “Back In The Saddle. My editor Mary Rosenblum died in March, while Jackie and I were in South Africa, so besides losing a mentor and friend I also lost several months in the editing process. Luckily my sister Meg had worked with Mary and took over the task of final edit. I had long since ditched the dream of having some company like Macmillan offer me six figures for the manuscript, so once we got back to the States I started looking for a Northwest publisher. Thus I came upon Inkwater Press in SW Portland – manageable, friendly and having a long list of enthusiastic reviews. I signed with them at the end of June. In addition to tending to all the nuts and bolts of the publishing process they will be guiding me in the game of marketing the finished product. Our plan is to have the book out for the Christmas reading season, so I promise lots more Blog posts to keep you informed of our progress.

  1. Sandra Clark August 1, 2018 at 8:39 pm Reply

    Fantastic…huge congratulations

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