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Where is your next book?

By Jason Jennifer Reinoehl, May 28 2015 02:46AM

Some of you may have noticed that we have a few books slated for release that have not been released. As we are a small publishing company (read mom & pop), when things go wrong family-wise we have to put our publishing on hold. Currently, Jennifer is pregnant and finding that pregnant at 40 is a lot harder for her to do than pregnant at 30. She is due in August if all goes well, and should return about three months afterward.


In addition, Jason and Jennifer's son has been having medical problems and the doctors are finding it difficult to find a good combination of medicines to help him. Since January, visiting the doctor or therapist 2-3 times per week has not been uncommon and usually what happens is that the doctors adjust his medications; we have 1-2 weeks of transition; we have one good week; then there is some sort of breakdown, and we start all over again.


Finally, we are trying to get a new home for our growing family. Unfortunately, we have a lot of important stuff packed into this one... wringer washers, SPAM sewing kits, and a real side-saddle, for example.


Needless to say, most of our publishing, social media, and online presence has been shut down as we deal with this. Be assured that we have not completely fallen off the face of the earth- this is just a rough time for us right now. Prayers are appreciated, and we will be back going strong as soon as possible. Thank you for your support!

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