Although I got so few comments to show for it, there were tons of hits to the Amazon link. I got several readers here from Terry’s site, so chances are they already had his book. I hope everyone who reads it will leave a review. You know the proper care and feeding of an author includes reviews and shares!
The better news is that everyone talked me into putting Give the Lady a Ride out myself. My dear friend and fellow author, Lynnette Bonner, is going to help me figure out how to do it, and it should be up and ready by the time the current Kindle edition expires.
Being released by your publisher isn’t unusual, going out of print happens to the best of authors. It saddened me for a while, but everyone’s right. Today, authors aren’t held hostage by the whim of their publishers. If we still believe in our work, we can take over the reins and keep it out there.
Well, I still believe in Give the Lady a Ride. I’m still proud of it, still pleased that my first baby was an award-winner. So I’m going to do everything I can to keep it out there and keep it going.
Thank you to everyone who cared enough to give me direction in this. This part is new to me. I self-published only one book, Public Speaking for Newbies, and then only because I wanted to see if I could. Kindle Direct is terrific, but it’s only for Amazon. I don’t know how to get my book out with other cyber-distributors in both electronic and print form. Looks like I get to learn.
Welcome me into the 21st Century.