I'm very pleased with myself because I've just finished putting my collection of folk tales into ebook form and it's already coming up on Google. Isabel is a popular local witch who has already achieved international renown, so that's nice for me!
In fact I'm nearly as proud as I would be if I'd found a real publisher for it. I never tried becauseI didn't think they'd be interested, especially given the tightness of budgets etc. Folk stories have a limited market. That would have needed a miracle, but this is a different miracle - I've done the whole thing myself from beginning to end and that's quite a buzz. There are lay-out problems that are a result of my lack of skill but I can adjust sometime, when I feel more confident.
blurb.com is a very easy site to use but I think my book has more pages than they are really set up for. They also only convert for the ibook so that limits the catchment area. never mind. One day I will convince a local printer/publisher to take it on as a project and it can be sold locally.
The first 60+ pages can be read for free so any comments (polite!) would be gratefully received if anyone has time.
http://store.blurb.com/ebooks/399521-the-witching-of-isabel-goudie Below are some of the illustrations.