End Game in the Pacific: edit complete.

Buy the trilogy now:

1:Project 7 Alpha 2:Vengeance 3:End Game (soon)

My editor (LaVonne Ellis) and I wrapped up the final edit of End Game this past weekend. We will now format it and ready it for print. Cover design is under way as well. On the business end I have entered into negotiations with a couple of hybrid-publishers. Having gone full circle (Indie-Traditionally Published-Indie again) I have come to realize and appreciate the strengths and weaknesses of both. I’m not the only one apparently. The middle ground is being filled by a new entity; the Hybrid-Publisher. They offer the professional skills and experience of a traditional publisher while letting the author maintain control and ownership.

My “One-Man-Band” is becoming overloaded as the tempo increases. I spend more time on the business end than I do writing and it is time to reverse that.

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