Eberharter has remained in the background, with Mike Feury at the helm, for the last several years. Feury will become more involved in expansion projects for the company, but will remain as a consultant, as Eberharter increases her presence to the day-to-day operations.
Schaefer had been an editor and Editorial Director at LSB before she decided to concentrate on her own writing career last year. She’s been an author for over twelve years and has 11 books published.
“I’ve taken this transitional time to examine the overall operations of the business,” Eberharter said. “I’ve combined the Editorial and Submissions departments and have put a plan in place to streamline those areas. It’ll help us get books to market sooner and discover new authors in a more timely manner.”
The reorganization will allow Allie Hart and Jenn Hassani to return to editing full time.
“I was very pleased they were both willing to remain with the company. I know both of them to be outstanding editors, which is a huge asset for us,” Eberharter said.
Liquid Silver Books has been on the leading edge of the publishing industry for nearly fifteen years.
“In a time when we’re seeing e-book publishers spring up then dissolve quickly, I want to reassure everyone that Liquid Silver Books is well-established, founded in 1999, and growing stronger. Going forward we look to continued growth under Terri’s editorial direction and expect to expand our market share.”
Liquid Silver Books is part of Atlantic Bridge Publishing, privately owned and operated by Linda Eberharter. Founded in 1999, LSB one of the oldest e-book publishers with more than 265 authors and 690 books available.
For more information, visit their website at www.lsbooks.com