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Friday, September 30, 2011

Some Excellent News in this Storm

Hi all!!  I'm back with some outstanding news in this horrific fight with Aspen Mountain Press.  Of course, this news has nothing to do with Aspen, thank god.

Ready for it?

Wait for it!

Wait for it!


My second novel, Storm's Fury, has found a home with Musa Publishing.  It's the first of my Anubi Brothers Series.  Notice the picks above.  Yes, they all tie in and in the end have something to do with the book!!

Musa is a new kid on the block, but from the owner to the art director and beyond--they are a well established and worldly group of people.  The contract is posted on-line, the authors have say so in every aspect of the publishing process, and I'm in total love with their page lay out.  It's not, I repeat, not a word doc saved as a PDF!! 

Yuck and double yuck!!

In addition to that, unlike when I signed with my first publisher (AMP), I have no reservations whatsoever about Musa.  So far it seems like an open door policy. I have email and contacts for everyone. So, it shouldn't take forever to get an answer when I need one.

Anyway, that's all for now.  When I get the okay, I'll post an excerpt for you all to perusal and devour!

Until next time...


  1. I'm excited! My book won't come out until January but I am so happy to be a part of this excellently run company.
    Good luck!
    Patti Yager Delagrange

  2. Nya, I couldn't agree more. Musa's contract is one of the most thorough and fair documents I've read in this business. They (and we, as their authors) are bound for success!

  3. Love your fireworks, Nya. Yay for Musa. I love how open they are with their authors about everything. I'm so excited for Musa's big launch day tomorrow. Hooray!

  4. Congratulations to you Helen and the Grand Opening of Musa. Also, thank you so much for the tale (below) regarding AMP. Fair warning to all. Musa is so superior to any other of the e-pubs I've dealt with. Looking forward to reading your book(s)! (fellow Musa-ite, Deb)


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