I was telling a friend some time ago about The Innkeeper's Husband, and he said, "Bad time to try and publish a book. Economy has ruined the publishing biz. All is lost." Or something like that. Anyway, the message was that the poor economy was not conducive to trying to land a book publishing deal. That doesn't mean that I can't try, or that I won't succeed.
The Innkeeper's Husband is a genre-defying memoir, and I think it will have a broad audience. It's selling on Kindle, and I'm currently pursuing a deal with White River Press, whose titles I've admired, especially The Lamoille Stories, by Bill Schubart. If you'd like to see the book in print, then let White River Press know by emailing them!
In the meantime, I'm still looking at other publishers if White River doesn't work out.