Sadly, I must report…

June 23, 2007 | General

Triskelion Publishing has decided to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy through the Arizona courts on July 2, 2007. The authors were notified by a general email from owner Kristi Studts the afternoon of June 20.

What does this mean to all of us authors? Quite simply that our books, contracts and royalties are frozen until the court makes its decisions. Unfortunately, this could take years. So for any of us to move to a new publisher means we have to produce fresh stories.

Triskelion Publishing is still selling books off their web site, but none of the authors will see an income from these sales. I ask that you please be aware, should you decide to purchase any of these fine books from Triskelion, that we authors will not receive an accounting and therefore no money.

I also want to thank all of you for your support and for helping me achieve my goals. Our newsletter and this ol’ gal will still be around for a long time.

Now I’m off to write new stories then submit them to the wonderful publishers who have already requested my work.

Have a great weekend.

Happy Writing!

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3 Responses to “Sadly, I must report…”

  1. Beth Anderson Says:

    Done with utmost grace and style, Sloane, as always. You’re a very classy lady.

    Better things are coming your way.

    Love, Beth

  2. Sloane Says:

    Thank you, Beth. I learned from my mentor the best route in life is to maintain decorum. I’d love for you to meet her. She is the best.

  3. Gabrina Says:

    Shame on them for what they’ve done to all of you. But good karma to you for taking the high road and leaving it in the past. You’ll find a better place to sell your awesome books! Readers stay tuned!