I went into the e-book and Print on Demand mode in the nineties convinced that the new technology would radically change the future of book publishing, and would allow an author a chance to control his own destiny.
By then I had published 27 novels with major traditional publishers; many had been translated and published in various languages.
I had also sold or optioned a dozen of my books for film adaptation three were made. One was “The War of the Roses,” which starred Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner; another was “Random Hearts” with Harrison Ford and Kirstin Scott-Thomas, and a third was a three-hour trilogy on the PBS network titled “The Sunset Gang”. Recently, additional works are in active development including the sequel to, “The War of the Roses” called “The War of the Roses: The Children,” and “Capitol Crimes,” based on my Fiona Fitzgerald Mystery Series.
I made the decision to become an independent publisher of my own work before the Kindle and other devices had made their debut.…
Read more: Why I Went Independent as an Author