Monday, March 11, 2019

Shiny New Site

We finally got around to a complete redesign of our website, to be found at (of course) Still need to dig into revising the Eggshell Boats site  (our poetry imprint) but that is lower priority than some other projects.

And we will upgrade the AP site as we can; it is admittedly still a tad bare-bones but completely functional. All the books are there! It looks better, we think, or at least more 'modern'—not that there was anything wrong with it before. :)

addendum, several hours later: We had some problems with things synching/linking quite right so repairs were necessary—and, of course, in the midst of FTPing the changes, our internet went out for most of the day.  But it all looks good now, and we even updated the parent site (Insolent Lad) a bit.

Sunday, March 10, 2019

One Summer

We are pleased to announce that we will be publishing Sienna Santerre's new novel, "One Summer in the Sun." We are still far from announcing a release date but here is a tentative cover:

This novel is set in 1968 in Naples FL and follows three young women, close friends recently graduated from high school, through the summer before they all go their separate ways. Set against the turmoil of that time, which reached even to sleepy Gulf Coast towns.

Saturday, March 2, 2019

Revisions and Releases

We have completed the process of revising all our books that needed a little tweaking. We did hold off a bit on the last of the ebooks because of the online converter at our distributor (Lulu) not working properly for the past few months.

But that was a good thing, in the long run. We took the time to properly create our own epub files, with more control over the finished product. And we shall continue to roll our own in the future. Speaking of the future—

Stephen Brooke's new adventure tale of espionage, "The Dictator's Children," is on schedule for its official release on May 4. Here's the cover. More details as we draw closer to the big day.