Welcome to the online home of M. H. Susanne Matthews, author. Wherever you are in the world, I’m pleased to share my little slice of cyberspace Canada with you. Check out my various books.
From Crimsons Romance: Fire Angel, In Plain Sight, Just For the Weekend, On His Watch, and my Harvester Series - The White Carnation, The White Lily, and The White Iris.
From Solstice, you can journey into the past with The Price of Honor, check out recipes in The Food of Love, spend a few minutes reading short stories with either There's Always Tomorrow, Her Christmas Hero or The Best Day Ever.
From Anaiah Press, there's All For Love, a romance suspense with inspirational overtones. Of course, if that isn't what you're looking for, you can check out my indie published books, Holiday Magic, The Prefect Choice, The Captain’s Promise, Echoes of the Past, Secrets and Lies, or Come Home For Christmas.
Into sci-fi? Then you'll want to follow my space opera Tales of Eloisia. These monthly/bimonthly episodes follow Colonel Jim Striker as he searches for a new home for what's left of humanity. The problem is, someone on the inside doesn't want him to succeed. Start your adventure with Eloisia: Episode One - Stowaway, Eloisia: Episode Two - Secrets, and Eloisia: Episode Three - Sabotage.
Check out the website to see what's new. I'm always adding to the number of books available and links here will make it easy for you to acquire whichever book your heart desires. Since authors thrive on feedback, it's now easy to leave a review of the books you read. Check out this latest feature.
Access my blog, Living the Dream, learn about me and my journey from teacher to author, and find reviews and blog tour posts, too. My son and web designer, Greg Matthews, has done all he can to make this website user friendly. Enjoy your visit! Don't be shy! Drop me a line; I'd love to hear from you.
Crimson Romance is a new romance publisher, but one with a well-respected background and parent company. Crimson Romance is the place to find heartwarming, smart romances in your favorite genres - including contemporary romance, historical romance, paranormal romance, romantic suspense, and spicy romance! You'll find fresh takes on classic themes, new themes that will delight and excite you, heroes you'll fall in love with, and heroines you'd want to meet in real life.
Established in 2008 and named in 2010, Solstice Publishing currently has over 200 authors who have written around 400 books with new titles issued monthly. This e-publisher is steadily growing.
Interview with Solstice Publishing CEO Melissa Miller
Anaiah Press is a Christian digital-first publishing house dedicated to presenting quality faith-based fiction and nonfiction books to the public. Our goal is to provide our authors with the close-knit, hands-on experience of working with a small press, while making sure they don't have to sacrifice quality editing, cover art, and marketing.
AmazonEncore is a new program whereby Amazon will use information such as customer reviews on Amazon.com to identify exceptional, overlooked books and authors with more potential than their sales may indicate. Amazon will then partner with the authors to re-introduce their books to readers through marketing support and distribution into multiple channels and formats, such as the Amazon.com Books Store, Amazon Kindle Store, Audible.com, and national and independent bookstores via third-party wholesalers.
Being a published author has always been a dream, but one I've realized is fraught with heartache and disappointment as well as joy and excitement. I've become a hybrid author-like the cars-two publishing options blended together. While I still have established publishers, I've chosen to publish some of my work myself.
The publishing industry has changed over the past twenty years. With the astounding leaps in technology, the advent of Kindles, Kobos, Nooks, and tablets has created a whole new and extremely convenient way to read. More and more books are being published as e-books, and for the first time in the history of publishing, authors have choices and can control the fate of their writing. Good or bad? Time will tell.
Learning to format the book, knowing any errors in it were my responsibility, was a daunting task, one which almost brought me to my knees more than once, but I persevered. In indie publishing, a book thrives or dies on the author's efforts alone, but as an indie publisher all the rights to my books are mine. In essence, M. H. Susanne Matthews became a microscopic publishing house. With the help of my good friend Melinda De Ross and Classy Designs, I began releasing those orphan books. I control their fate and the fate of any others I chose to publish this way-their edits, their formats, their distribution, their marketing, in short, everything is on my shoulders.