Spreading love

Spreading love

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Making Cajun Sugar

I've always admired Madonna for finding ways to re-invent herself over the past 30 years. In 1984, I was about to enter high school when Madonna told Dick Clark on American Bandstand she wanted "to rule the world." 
Since "Borderline," her string of Top 10 hits include "Material Girl," "Like A Virgin," "Express Yourself," "Like a Prayer," and "Papa Don't Preach." Madonna made headlines showing her assets last month on the Oscars' Red Carpet.
With that in mind, I've taken the liberty to re-package some of my earlier E-books.
My first published E-book, How to Cure A Cajun Cold, had a few holes after its 2008 release. I fixed the mistakes, combined its two successful sequels, Catching A Cuban Curveball and Back in Love Again, into one book.
The repackaged E-book is now called Cajun Sugar. For those who purchased the original books, I made a few adjustments to the content, not the characters. Arnaz Booker and Isis Rogers are characters with a wide arrange of emotions.
When Cajun Sugar gets accepted and has a release date, I will let everyone know.
Happy St. Patrick's Day.

8 comments:

Melissa Keir said...

Congrats! I wish you many sales!

Joanne C. Berroa said...

I like what you did to combine the books. I was thinking of doing that in the future, too, with two of my books. Good luck in finding a publisher and getting lots of sale.

K.T. Bishop said...

Harlequin also inspired me to do this, having seen old classics by Jane Porter and Caitlin Crews (whom I admire) re-released!

Charisma Knight said...

Congratulations! You will have lots of sales. I love your book covers!

Lee Ann Sontheimer Murphy said...

Great idea. I've done well with revising some of my early works so best of luck!

K.T. Bishop said...

It's one of 12 E-books that I've revised and repackaged. Two others are under consideration. The 10 previous were best-sellers their second time around....

Sandy said...

Great idea, KT. I hope you do wonderful.

K.T. Bishop said...

I'm planning to, Sandy! Sorry about your Kansas Jayhawks!