Ophelia Crane

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And So, It's Fall

Posted by Lokispark Publications on September 20, 2020 at 2:40 PM

Hey, everyone. It’s been a minute.

So, I have a bunch of news that I want to share. As you know, it’s been a couple of years since my last book and that’s mainly because it’s been a rather strange couple of years. This year, especially. I’ve had a few pretty major obstacles to overcome and it’s all been leading up to what’s about to happen next. Let me explain.


First, I’ve decided to leave the publishing company I’ve worked with for the last 15 years. Lulu.com is no longer the company that I once knew. Publishing with them now has become an arduous and overall fruitless task. As a self publisher, creating a vision for my life as a writer has been and continues to be a hard climb and I’ve decided that the issues I’m having with Lulu are adding to that struggle and just not worth the trouble.


I’m currently migrating all of my work to Amazon KDP in the hopes to get better quality, customer service, and a bigger payout than I was getting with Lulu. The process, I’ve discovered is going to take a very long time, but my hopes are that when it’s all done, LokiSpark Publications will have two new books ready for distribution, as well as brand new editions of my old books.


On that note, Roxanne Rue’s last novel in the Like a Demon Series is still available on Lulu as of now. The series (as well as the rest of my books) will be moved to Amazon with the rest of the catalog. My newest book I’m working on should be completed by Spring of next year. With any luck, maybe sooner. Hopefully, both will do much better on the new platform.


Second, the current state of my health has given me cause to start making certain changes in my physical habits. I don’t know if the changes I’m planning on making will help give me a longer and healthier life, but I guess we’ll have to see. I plan on documenting this journey through my Instagram account. So make sure to follow me!


Third, you might’ve heard that I’ve thrown my hat into the gaming world with my youngest daughter! Twice a week we stream on Twitch as Gold Star Gamers. We also upload videos to our Youtube account every Friday. If you readers also like to game, come say hello!


In that vein, I’ve also moved my WTFHM blog to a weekly Twitch stream called...well, WTFHM. I’m planning on expanding that further as well, so stay tuned.


Lastly, thanks to all of you for following me on this journey. I really appreciate every single one of you. Stay safe, wash your hands, don’t lick any rats, and be kind to one another.




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