I've been writing off and on most of my life, but especially since I retired. I have a couple of "gift books" in print (Christmas and Mother's Day) plus a children's series, "The Hall of Doors." Book one, "The Mountains of the Moon" book two, "The Door in the Sky" and book three, "The Mirror Door," went out of print with the demise of Orchard House Press, but have recently been picked up by Solstice Publishing, along with book four, "The Secret Door," and book five, "The Water Door." Solstice has published the first three books as a combo in both ebook and print editions. The others are in progress. I recently released "Fairy Gold" which is a "prequel" to the novel series I'm currently writing. I also partnered with well-known Christian author Anita Donihue on a collection with the working title "Bless This House" and recently completed a picture book with artist J.W. Kalin. Writing aside, I'm Mom to four grown kids and have seven actual-descendant grandchildren, plus at least ten more who call me "Grandma."
Books four and five of the Hall of Doors series went live today (August 6) as ebooks in various venues. Both are bargains at only 99 cents. They will also be included in the forthcoming five-in-one paper edition. Paper or ebook? Why not both?