My name is Adrian Rogers, and I'm an author, poet, and private music teacher, with three fantasy novels published as e-books. At present I am starting work on yet another novel, a historical fantasy set partly in early 13th century France - concerning the crusade against the Cathars, partly in the alternative world of the Grail, and with reincarnational links to 2 century Australia.
I have contributed poetry to Australian literary magazines - Tamba, Centoria, Core, Red Lamp, and Sidewalk, to anthologies such as "No Strings Attached" published by the Eremos Foundation, "Moving Out, Moving On" by the Centoria Press, and "The Colonial Athens" - a Centenary of Federation project published by the Bunyip Press. I have had short stories published in Winedark Sea, Shortz, and read on Radio 5UV Adelaide, plus winning a few awards and commendations, and doing a few turns as a guest poet.
But what about these novels published as e-books, using a technology that’s still only in its infancy? Well if you're thinking of submitting your work to an e-book publisher be sure not to retire from your day job. At present e-books are only a niche market and a small one at that, so you won't make a fortune. However e-book publishers are a pretty open minded lot. They're mostly small, really do read your work - which is more than can be said for some of the big boys... mentioning no names of course, and they do give you a fair go.