Welcome to OmegaBooks, which was formed as a SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP in 1996 to publish and paperback print my first novel, Battle of the Band, the first novel in a series originally called the Prodigal Band Trilogy.
In 1998, I published and paperback printed the second novel in the “trilogy,” a sequel to Battle of the Band, called The Prophesied Band.
In 2000, I started working on the final novel of the trilogy. But raising children and having a family to take care of (my husband was away from home as a medic, often) as well as home school my children–I am a Texas certified teacher and guidance counselor–I had to put off completing the series.
Then, when my children were off to college, I took an office manager job in 2010 which lasted almost five years. In June, 2015, I retired, and that was when I began working on my novels again.
I recently completed The Prodigal Band which for a period of time can be downloaded as a PDF file for free. I will set that up shortly once my domain is set up (I own the domain but have to move it as the original host provided me with password and other issues that drove me crazy! I had some tech savvy ten years ago–now so much has changed. So I will, when permitted by the previous host I purchased the domain from, be moving the domain to WordPress, which will allow me to upload the file for free download for about a year. After that, that and the other books will be available on Amazon and other downloadable book store options. Smashwords has books for such stores as “Toshiba Book Place” (I have a Toshiba laptop). And any other venues I can find.
A Kindle book to be formatted, Shine Over Evil, will be ready in a few months to be purchased and download from Amazon for the Kindle format.
Sections of chapters for the various books will be posted shortly for reading pleasure.
I will not be discussing what is in these chapters yet. But get ready for a series of stories that “popped into my head” as a teenager and “morphed” into what they did become.
I was a teenager in the 1960s…maybe that will give one a clue. Plus the use of the word “Band”… Band, eh? Hmmmm….