The lost books that weren’t lost.

When my publishing house went down (roughly when I did three years ago), I lost access to my account and the sales at Amazon – I couldn’t access my published books, I couldn’t edit, change the price, or even order my own copies at cost.

It added an extra weight to my own personal crunch and the whole became too much, at that time, to deal with.

Now here I am, up and running again, refreshed and eager, and I discovered to my surprise that my publishing house had not collapsed into nothing, but had morphed into something else and although my account was useless, it was still there to transfer across into the new format.

Voila! This has been done, and hey presto, just like that I have access to my own works again. Both books are live on Amazon and always were. I can fully access them again. I don’t need to start over, I don’t need to have the whole series finished before I venture out again – I can start up where I left off and NOT keep anyone waiting extra long for Book 3.

I’m currently reading through everything I’ve got so far to know what I have and what threads I need in hand to carry into the rest of Book 3 and the rest of the series. Liking it so far with very little tweaked in correction.

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2 thoughts on “The lost books that weren’t lost.

    1. A.D. Everard Post author

      Thanks, Sadie. Feels like I’m learning it all over from scratch, everything seems to have changed from posting on my blog to publishing, but it sure feels good when it goes right! 🙂

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