I haven’t been given a date yet. They will be editing it for another two weeks. Then I have to go over and approve or reject their edits. Then we do some final production stuff and it will be ready to roll. Their contract gives them worldwide rights for the e-book and audio book. I can sign the print book with another publisher, but for now it will be on Amazon as well. You won’t find it in many bookstores right away, but you will be able to order a print or e-book version at Amazon. Kindle Press will be marketing my novel in France, Germany, Spain, England and a lot of other countries.
I’m also working with Penny Sansevieri at Author Marketing Experts in LA to boost my recognition. It’s hard as hell for a first-time novelist to get noticed so I’m hoping she will give me more leverage. She has a great reputation. I met her a few years back at a writers’ conference in Denver, then again last year at the Independent Book Publishers Association annual meeting in Austin. We’ve been talking ever since and she has been waiting patiently for me to finish the manuscript.