Bold. Illuminating. Evolved.
That’s the mission statement, in a nutshell, for LightSwitcher Books. We want to revive the old masters so the world can enjoy them again; we want to put in print, for the first time, stories from the older generation, who have seen what we could never see, have lived through challenges we may never face, thanks to their existence; we want to publish promising new authors who have something compelling, informative, or entertaining to share-sparing them the inevitable years of competing with the authors who set their sights on the major publishing houses. We are not shackled by the politics of the publishing industry at LightSwitcher Books. If we believe the world should see it, we will print it.
Here’s to being bold and illuminating and evolved.
After I got those proofs mentioned in previous entry, I (naturally) found many things that needed correcting. And more information that needed to be added. It has been feeling like I’ll never be done. But in between the high stress of a certain personal situation, i finally got them done, edited, and sent again. Then after i sent in the final material, decided i still hated the covers, so redesigned them AGAIN. This time, i like them, and that’s the final version. Really.
These volumes were supposed to be available for holiday sales, but the aforementioned stress successfully put an end to that. I’ve never missed a deadline before. So will be glad when the situation rights itself in March. (Unless some other unforeseen re-emergence of the bad situation arises). Keep your fingers crossed, and send me good wishes, if only in your own mind. With my new position as Managing Editor for LightSwitcher Books, LLC, i will need things to go more smoothly.
Here’s a little mission statement about LSB: