Quartet Press, first introduced to the masses in this Romancing the Blog post, has reached pre-launch status and you can now find more information about them and what they’re looking for in submissions at quartetpress.com.
Which most of you already know due to the buzz of excitement surrounding this team, so why mention it? Because there are probably a few writers out there wondering why the announcement of recent epublishers has been met with anything from advice to wait and see to downright derision. Why are the people who most often caution writers not to jump at new epublishers actually excited about this new endeavor?
That would be the quartet itself—the folks behind the curtain—who you can read more about here. If you’ve been a romance author active in the online community for any length of time, you know who Kassia Krozser is.
And that can make all the difference in taking a chance on a new digital publisher. Forever Again was a launch title for Samhain, so I’ve obviously done it. And I was willing to take the chance based on Christina Brashear’s reputation and experience. The people behind Quartet Press are bringing reputations and varying experiences to the table, as well.
I haven’t really seen how they’ll be bringing anything different than Samhain, with whom I’ve had a great relationship, but this will be an exciting venture to watch, and I can’t wait to read their books!