Knight Watch Press, publisher of THE DEMON KING, has officially closed its doors, which is big news for me because this means THE DEMON KING is homeless once again and will be needing a publisher.
THE DEMON KING doesn’t need a new publisher because I’m going to self publish it myself. This wasn’t an easy decision to make, but at the same time it made perfect sense. The book is only a novella and right now I have my hands full with other projects, so I see no reason why I can’t just upload it and market it as an ebook by myself. This will give me the option of making the book FREE sometimes, which I love because I want people to read it and like it and be able to enjoy it as long as they want to. So, in a way this is good news and could possibly help me out tremendously. The book will not be released, however, until I retain full rights back from Knight Watch, which will not be a problem, and until I have the opportunity to get a cover made and I also want to go through the book again with a little red pen and actually there’s a paragraph in there I’d like to change.
IN OTHER NEWS…
I’m also editing an anthology for a new publisher, and there will be details released about that soon, but if you’re a vampire fan, you may want to pay close attention because I’ll have submission guidelines for you asap.
Also, Willow Lake is being rejected over and over again, but I haven’t lost hope with it. I’ll eventually find a publisher. If I don’t find a home for it and TDK does well on its own, I may push it out there myself, too. We shall see.
That’s it for today, but more later 😀
2 thoughts on “Knight Watch Press Closes”
Sorry to hear your publisher is closing up shop before it got your book out. I know you can always self-publish but it still must be a bit disappointing, regardless.
Well, it’s a set back, but not a big one 😀