intr.v. per·se·vere, per·se·ver·ing, per·se·veres
To persist in or remain constant to a purpose, idea, or task in the face of obstacles or discouragement.
My novels have been traditionally published since 1984, by such major publishers as Scholastic, Dell, Bantam, Ballantine, Random House, Scribner, Tarcher, Berkley/Penguin, Simon & Schuster, the University of Texas Press, Harlequin, Cora Verlag (Germany), Prentiss-Hall, Fawcett. You can see some of those books in Persevero’s header photograph and find a full list here.
I expect to continue writing for traditional publishers. But I’m always intrigued by new challenges, so I’ve decided to create my own press and publish independently, as well. Persevero Press is the home I’m building for these new projects, which will appear in both print and digital formats.
I’ve published three books in this new adventure: A Wilder Rose (currently under film option to ThinkFactory Media); the multi-award-winning Loving Eleanor, and The General’s Women. Coming in 2018: the seventh and eighth mysteries in the Darling Dahlias series. Other projects are in the works. Please watch for updates.
Susan Wittig Albert