1. David James says:

    Great post, Kerry! It’s really good to see you share with everyone your perspective. I wish you well with your new imprint and hope that all of your books continue to do well no matter how they are published. 🙂

  2. Woohoo, your own imprint! Looks great.

  3. So glad you have a workable solution to this. I love your logo!

  4. I really appreciate this interview!  I’ve been lurking around following the MLP changeover, and I really appreciate how transparent people have been.  Granted, there are plenty of things that are kept private, but I’m not one to believe the Information Age entitles the public to all the gory details.  Also, I’m blessed by the great attitude you display, Kerry Nietz.  It’s inspiring because it is so easy grouse on about the whole writing and publishing process, but things do happen.  The awesome thing about being a Christian is that we have the comfort of knowing that somehow, God has a plan in all this.

  5. Steve Rzasa says:

    Glad to hear you’re all set and ready to go, Kerry.
    And my new favorite phrase is  “friendly unicorns only.”

  6. Kerry Nietz says:

    LOL. Thanks everyone!
    (And Steve, I hope I didn’t tip your hand on your latest project with that unicorn comment. 😉 )

  7. Great post, Kerry.
    I’m glad that AViS will live on with Freeheads and look forward to what you do next!

  8. Kerry Nietz says:

    BTW, if anyone is interested in ordering the book through CreateSpace, (https://www.createspace.com/4584197) I have a discount coupon available: VFFSZGQE, which will get you 3 bucks off. Pretty much takes care of shipping.

  9. Thanks for sharing about this, Kerry. It’s been really interesting seeing all the different sides of this buy-out. I haven’t read AViS yet, but I’ve read all the other books you’ve written and I am looking forward to reading it soon. 

  10. Julie D says:

    I really should look into the author’s other work–I won a free copy of AViS, but the others aren’t showing up on interlibrary loan lists.

  11. Steve Taylor says:

    It doesn’t matter to me who publishes your books, I’ll still read them. 

  12. Jill says:

    Do I dare quote Oscar Wilde? Oh, yeah, I think so: “It is only shallow people who don’t judge by appearances…” People who judge(d) your book by its cover are either the “status quo” as you claim, or they aren’t shallow.

  13. Frank Creed says:

    Keep holding on–this ride may have just begun!

  14. Kerry Nietz says:

    Thanks, Frank. Tis good to hear from you again.
    BTW, everyone, my national radio interview is scheduled to be taped next week. I’ll have more news on airtimes later. 😉

  15. Hey, Kerry! I finally got over here to read your interview. I’m glad I didn’t miss it. It was entertaining. Did you feel like you got grilled? 😀
    Here’s a question for you– now that you have your own imprint, can we submit our books to you for publication? 😉

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