...in more ways than one, apparently. Looks like I'm barely averaging one post a month, but I think that means I'm working.
Although given the blood bath happening in NYC, I've been playing with a new project lately instead of a new proposal. With 45 books on the market, I have a pretty extensive backlist, with most of the titles collecting dust now that they're out of print. So I'm looking around for e-publishers who might be interested in already published books. And amazingly, there are several. One that has a wonderful selection of Regencies and other romances is http://www.theauthorsstudio.org/belgrave/
My biggest problem is that I am very bad at keeping computer files of old titles. The really, really old ones were done on typewriter and the paper copies have been archived. The books written on my Leading Edge (ie: my Haunted Computer) apparently did not get transferred to any backup. And those books that are on old floppies are in so many pieces that I'm not certain I can piece them together again. Even books sitting in my 5-year-old PC may be neatly filed by chapter, with no complete file, no revisions or copyedits included. Electronic files have only recently been accepted by NYC, so complete book files are relatively new for me.
So I may end up scanning these puppies if I'm ever to see my backlist again. But I'm now thinking maybe these dusty unsold books under the bed might be good on Amazon...