After three years and five books, I’ve decided to end my relationship with Ragnarok Publications.
I won’t lie. This wasn’t easy. But it had to happen.
I’m not going to go into much detail here. There’s several reasons, some big, some small, but the short of it comes down to business. Writing is a business. Publishing is a business. And Ragnarok hasn’t paid me what they owe me. How much? I wish I knew.
This isn’t a new problem. Other authors have left over the past year for the same reason and more. It sucks. But business is business.
I’m not interested in trash-talk. So don’t expect that. I will always be grateful for Ragnarok being the first publisher to take the risk on me. I’ve made a lot of good friends there and many special memories.
So what does this mean?
Well, it’ll take a few months for the transition to take effect and all rights to return to me on the books already in publication. So, I have until then to figure it out. Hopefully, I will find a new publisher with a solid reputation who wants my Valducan Series (anyone know a good agent?).
What about Redemptor?
Well, Redemptor (Valducan #4) is completely back in my hands. Technically, it never left. Due to a merger and some other reasons, Ragnarok never sent me a contract (Crazy. I know.) So as of this moment, I have the full rights to it.
However, this also means that it will not be releasing this November. I’m terribly sorry for that.
Hopefully Redemptor will find a new home soon.
This isn’t a post I wanted to make. I wanted to post about how Redemptor is coming soon and about how Ashes of Onyx is nearly complete. But business is business. Sometimes it isn’t fun.