I'm a great believe in not putting all of your eggs in one basket. This belief comes from experience. I've had two publishers die, three close their doors, dealt with three crooked publishers, had agents who did nothing and I truly mean nothing (when I asked to see rejection letters was given one after 4 years of my thinking the agent was busily working for me).
Because of that past history, at the moment I have three publishers.
My Rocky Bluff P.D. series is published by Oak Tree Press, a small independent publisher. The latest book in that series is Dangerous Impulses. I've already written the next one and my critique group is hearing it (and critiquing it) chapter by chapter. Next I'll have it edited before I send it off.
The previous book was called Raging Water. I'll soon be planning the next one.
The first one out, and only .99 is Deadly Feast. It had another life another a different title. That publisher is no longer in business and rights reverted back to me. None of that publisher's books were on Kindle.
Deadly Feast is a mystery and began as a Deputy Tempe Crabtree tale--however when I was through, I knew it wasn't Tempe so I changed the main character and the setting, but Tempe fans will recognize some similarities.
And then, I sent them what I call a YA Christian horror--Deeds of Darkness, and it now available for Kindle too. It is a very scarey tale and the young heroine is a Christian. This was written a long time ago, so I had some updating to do, but It was fun. Though the book does have witches in it who cause all kinds of havoc in the small town of Yokut Springs, the cover is more sensational than the content of the story.
And last, I am editing and updating yet another horror novel--this one for adults--with Christian overtones and really scary. It's called Cup of Demons.
And that's what I've been doing lately.