Why I’m going on a hiatus as a publisher: The quality of my books actually MATTERS to ME. I’m going to work on IMPROVING THEM in a book way…all of them!!!

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT – 03 December 2017

Due to reasons that I cannot discuss in public I’m suspending my publishing of books for the foreseeable future. I cannot go into the details of the circumstances, but I will confirm that it involves getting my existing books rewritten so I can issue them later as a second edition.

The circumstances WHY I’m doing this, was brought to my attention by a dear friend who should remain nameless for her privacy, but who has offered in the KINDEST way ever to make the content of the books better overall, so that those who read the stories in my books get BETTER books to read.

I will also continue writing on additional stories I’ve started writing or had planned previous, and I’ll make arrangement to restart publication of my books at the start of 2019. This is when I expect the majority of the work the friend and I are going to do to be completed.

In the meantime, my books will ALL become unpublished (but NOT out of print) until such time when this goal is reached, and republishing will occur for each book as it reaches the end goal planned.

If you’re reading this and you own one of my books, and you feel you can give feedback about the book you own, whether good or bad, and you want to do this to HELP in improving the books, then DO send me your feedback at web@nathaliemlromer.com and I’ll use this as a means to make the books better.

I guess by the time I’m back in action, so to speak, it will be with stories that SHOW the story even better than I’ve done so far. I’m going to do everything I can to make my stories as best as they should be. I owe that to my readers, both current and future ones.

I’m both grateful and blessed for the readers I have had to date. It means so much that you enjoy my books for what they are to date. Now I’m going to make sure I can give you better books.

So I guess I’m going to be away for a while but NOT forever. I’ll be back, both with better books already written, and better books of each and every book I had planned. See you on the flipside.

Blessed be and love,

Nathalie M.L. Römer
Multi-genre Author

 

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Amazon’s Hall of Spinning Knives

David Gaughran

Phoenix Sullivan is well-known in the indie community – I’ve known her myself since 2009 or 2010 and consider her a close friend.

Aside from being exceptionally generous with her time and knowledge, tirelessly sharing her insights on marketing and algorithms, Phoenix is also well known as a vocal campaigner against scammers and cheaters – particularly on the current big issues of book stuffing and clickfarming.

And now she is being targeted.

Phoenix made a box set free for a few days at the very start of October, advertising on Freebooksy, KND/BookGorilla, and Digital Book Today – all legitimate sites – and there was no other promotion involved with this title. No BookBub CPM ads, no Facebook campaign, no tweets, no newsletter swaps, no mailing lists.

On the third day of her free run, Phoenix’s box set was rank-stripped by Amazon, a punishment normally reserved for those who have used…

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One-Paragraph Author Spotlight: Jessica Williams — Lurking In The Shadows

The One-Paragraph Author Spotlight is a new way to allow authors to tell the blog world who they are and what they are all about. If you want to be involved, introduce yourself by sending me an email. We’ll talk and maybe you’ll be in the spotlight. Jessica Williams My name is Jessica Williams. Once […]

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I decided to post this on my website as it looks like an interesting project to be involved in. I’ll be sending in my details soon, so perhaps soon you’ll see a One-Paragraph Author Spotlight of Nathalie M.L. Römer on there… 😉