Two years ago,I signed on as a consultant for Alan Squire Publishing, out of Bethesda, MD. They had two titles — Bermuda Shorts and That Paris Year — already published, and we brought them into the SFWP family and gave them worldwide distribution. In what felt like (as far as publishing is concerned) the blink of an eye, Alan Squire Publishing catapulted to success. Of their first two titles, since September 2010, they’ve sold 12,000 copies. Granted, we’re now including electronic copies in those sales figures…and, these days, such sales figure may be a touch more grim for small presses. But, still, a resounding victory for two “kitchen table” presses.
This month, we are celebrating Alan Squire’s latest release — and their first frontlist title — A Secret Woman by the lovely Rose Solari.
You can read all about it, order a copy, and find out more about Alan Squire Publishing right here. For those of you with an ereader, you can find the ebook links right here. And, if you have a Kindle, don’t worry. Amazon’s shenanigans won’t get in the way… Your device can still use the epub version, which you can order direct from our distributor.