I’ve worked for the last week on getting The Mice of Middleton Marsh ready for publication. The Mice of Middleton Marsh is a collection of bed time stories that my wife’s mother told her children. They encouraged her to write them down, and the book was originally published in dead tree format about ten years ago.
It has been out of print since, and with the advent of EBooks, I’ve talked Mom into letting me reissue the book. This has involved a lot of work. Dad did the original edit. I love Dad, God rest his soul. Yes, he was born in England. But he had his own peculiar definition of “Proper English Grammar.”
Let’s just say that editing has been an adventure!
However it’s nearly ready. I’ve issued ISBN 978-0-9877226-3-8 for it, and it will be on sale this weekend.
I can also announce that we will be bringing you Shirley Meier’s Sparks in the Wind next week. Shirley had placed it with another publisher, and had gotten a terrible deal. So we shook hands on a far better deal, and I’m her publisher for this book.
Wednesday October 12, 2011