Plans for April

March has been a long, exhausting month. Progress has been made, and it has been hard won. Nevertheless, I have managed to make a number of revisions and edits to books both old and new, as well as to get another short article written. I have also made some very big plans for April.

Foremost of these plans: as of May 1st, J.S.A. Media and its imprint J.S.A. Books will no longer exist. In their place will be a new publisher and imprint with new logos, new website, and infinitely more potential. Looking back over my first year+ as a publisher, I have decided that this is a necessary step in order to grow this endeavor both in the short and the long term.

So, if you visit this site during April, do not be alarmed if things look strange or do not function correctly. I will try to keep the disruption to a minimum, but I make no promises. I will continue to maintain my weblog, though whether it remains a main part of the revised site or becomes a subsidiary page remains uncertain. At any rate, activity may be sporadic during this transition process. My thanks to all who have stuck with me in this endeavor from the very beginning, and especially to those who took a chance on a new author and publisher. You have made this move possible.

As for other plans, aside from republishing my old works in their new and (I hope) improved editions, I will also continue revising my new series to begin coming out this fall, as well as make some progress on several rough drafts and translation projects I’ve had to put on hold for over a month now.

Anyway, there’s a lot on my plate just now, so I reckon I’d best get to it!

Published by J. S. Allen

J. S. Allen is a writer, linguist, historian, and nature-lover from Kansas City, Missouri. He is the author of the young adult series Sauragia and the 'Woodland Tales' anthology for children, as well as several shorter works in various online and local venues. In between writing and publishing, he likes to draw, spend long hours outdoors, and read. His favourite authors include M. I. McAllister, Brian Jacques, and Alexandre Dumas.

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