Update with my new publisher …

Things are moving along rather well with Wild Horse Press.  I sold over 40 e-book copies and 1 paperback copy of Moonlight Protector in January.  Since the paperback wasn’t released until later in the month (and paperback sales just don’t seem to be doing all that well right now anyways), I’m happy with the end results for January.  It seems that Moonlight Protector is already off to a good start for February as it has already sold 10 e-book copies this month.


I’ve seen the Wild Horse Press name on several sites, a few blogs, and they even have a MySpace page …  My book was submitted for review at several places, one of which responded with a 5 out of 5 rating (Satin & Lace Reviews) and I’ve seen it posted by Wild Horse Press in more than one group as a current release.  I’m happy with the promotion that’s been done thus far.

Over all, I’m very satisfied with the progress of Moonlight Protector.  2009 seems to be bringing good things my way!

5 thoughts on “Update with my new publisher …

  1. I’m very interested in your thoughts on Wild Horse Press. Are sales still going well in this economic downturn? This isn’t spam!

    • My sales are going well on my werewolf books. My ghost books aren’t doing so hot right now (one of which is with Wild Horse and the other is with another publisher). So I think it mostly depends on the type of book you have.

  2. Are your books all in ebook or also print? I’m interested in how new publishers are doing and I’m pretty sure I’ve seen one or two of your books on a shelf somewhere…Target maybe?

    • They’re in both formats, but the ebook is what is doing so well. With so many e-readers out there, the market seems to be doing really well. Moonlight Protector is on the All Romance Ebooks best seller list under Shape-shifters and Moonlight Hero has already preseold over 50 copies.

      However, the paperback sales suck with both of my publishers right now. I myself have had to slow down on how many books I purchase each month and I’m sure others are doing the same … so it stands to reason the larger trade size paperbacks would be down in sales.

  3. Thanks for the info. I’m glad your ebooks are doing so well. Julia

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