More Resurrections

While my Rocky Bluff titles are all being resurrected in re-edited form with new covers, some changes are being made in the Deputy Tempe Crabtree series--which of course means more work for m. Not complaining, because it's a good thing.

Deadly Omen was first published as a trade paperback. The publisher after doing four books in the series, passed away. I received copies of three of the books.

As of this time, I've either sold or given away all copies of Deadly Omen.

Mundania Press is going to republish it. I've re-edited it and it will receive a new cover.

The first book in the series was Deadly Trail and first published by HardShell Word Factory. HardShell was bought out by Mundania. Deadly Trail languished. It didn't look like the rest of the series. It is going to be revived once I re-edit it. Quite a dilemma because I want to finish writing the newest in the series.

The only recourse is to balance the writing--work on the new book to keep a chapter ahead for my critique group and edit Deadly Trail.

Of course I'm happy about this--it's like giving the series a new life--much like what is happening with the Rocky Bluff P.D. series.

Marilyn

Comments

Thonie Hevron said…
Whew! You make me tired just reading about your book plans!
It makes me tired too, Thonie! I just keep plugging away, hoping to get it all done one of these days.

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