• Cheyenne Saturday - Richard Jessup
  • The Bloody Medallion - Richard Jessup writing as Richard Telfair
  • Chuka - Richard Jessup
  • The Cincinnati Kid - Richard Jessup
  • The Branch Will Not Break - James Wright
  • Roadmap Through Bullying: Effective Bully Prevention for Educators - Julie Nicolai
  • The Definitive Brother Juniper - Father Justin 'Fred' McCarthy
  • Portrait of an Artist with 26 Horses: Empty-Grave Vanilla Edition - William Eastlake
  • The Tales of Yot - Adam Nicolai
  • The Shaggy Man of Oz - Jack Snow
  • The Magical Mimics in Oz - Jack Snow
  • The Silver Princess in Oz - Ruth Plumly Thompson
  • Armchair Locomotion - Jen May
  • Grin and Bear It - George Lichty
  • The Strange World of Mr. Mum - Irving Phillips
  • Brother Juniper - Fr Justin McCarthy
  • Brother Juniper at Work and Play - Fr Justin McCarthy
  • Brother Juniper Strikes Again - Fr Justin McCarthy
  • Battle Cry - Jen May
  • Inside Brother Juniper - Fr Justin McCarthy
  • More Brother Juniper - Fr Justin McCarthy
  • Well Done, Brother Juniper - Fr Justin McCarthy
  • The Whimsical World of Brother Juniper - Fr Justin McCarthy
  • The Ecumenical Brother Juniper - Fr Justin McCarthy

December Releases and First Quarter 2012 Plan

by Nicolai on December 9, 2011

Two new books are out for December–Grin and Bear It by George Lichty, and Cheyenne Saturday by Richard Jessup (part of the Jessup Rejuvenation Project). These will be my final releases for 2011.

I’m spending December working up some funds to switch my expanded distribution model from Createspace to Lightning Source. This will allow me to brand the books with an Empty-Grave ISBN and it will provide worldwide distribution via Ingram Micro. The books will also be available from the Espresso Print Machines popping up at libraries and book stores–insert money and the machine prints and binds the book while you wait. Switching companies also cures the fatal flaw in PoD publishing in that the books from Ingram will be returnable. This means bookstores will stock them because there is no risk of them getting burned by having to pay for books they are permanently stuck with.

The other good news is that I have been talking with an illustrator that might work with me on the three Oz books that have been stalled since July. If all goes well and he sticks around for the long haul you will see the three Oz publications out by March. Each of the books will also contain an original illustrated Oz short story written by me. The three stories relate to some detail in the books they are in and they will primarily function as feeders into my very own complete Oz novel which, if all goes well, will be released in late 2012/early 2013.

Got a lot brewing. Suicide or Murder, Portrait of an Artist with 26 Horses, and another addition to the Jessup project should also make it in Q1.

Happy Holidays!

Grin and Bear It - George LichtyCheyenne Saturday - Richard Jessup

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