I began self-publishing at the end of 2012, with no real expectations other than to have a lot of fun doing it - there really isn't anything like seeing your own book on the shelf - and it's still a lot of fun.
In July/August 2014 Amazon launched Kindle Unlimited - and ransacked my business - to which I responded by removing all of my work from the Amazon shelf. I began to sell direct from my own website, and then loaded everything onto Smashwords.
When The Carter Seagrove Project LLC came into existence, we had to make a choice about whether to use Amazon again or not - we did but vowed that we would never go exclusive with Amazon ever again - we still don't and won't.
From 4th February 2015, the Project has been working incredibly hard to re-edit and re-cover all of my work (and publish the work of Chambers Mars, Carter Seagrove and Shannon M Kirkland), and very soon, my 50th title, published by the Project, will hit the shelves - a short, safe sex story called Thanks For Telling Me.
I am thrilled of course - and immensely grateful to my colleagues who have showed such faith in me and my work.
As an indie publisher comprised solely of indie authors, we rely on the support of our readers and fans - we - and I, in particular - thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the unstinting support which you have given us.
Thank you so much.