A gift opens the way and ushers the giver into the presence of the great.
— Proverbs 18:16
The generous will themselves be blessed, for they share their food with the poor.
— Proverbs 22:9
A generous person will prosper;
whoever refreshes others will be refreshed.
— Proverbs 11:25
Honor the Lord with your wealth,
with the first fruits of all your crops.
— Proverbs 3:9
Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due, when it is in your power to act.
— Proverbs 3:27
Speak up and judge fairly;
defend the rights of the poor and needy.
— Proverbs 31:9
Why do you want to publish here at The PUBLISHER © TM? Very simple, you receive personalized attention, publisher listens to your input, and end results are high-
<\“What do I want to accomplish with my writing?”> You spent a great deal of time and effort to get your manuscript to this phase. You elected a storyline, you did your research, you typed it, edited it, rewrote and rewrote until you are ready to send it out for reading. So, what do I want to accomplish?
<\“Will a publisher be interested in my manuscript?”> You should research publishers that are known to be interested in your genre of manuscript. Some publishers publish poetry, horror, and Si-
The truth, you will receive a plethora of rejections letters for various reasons. Be thick skin and wade through those negative responses as a lesson learned. Rejection is the natural course of things. Publishers have budgets and preferences of genres. If you have published before and sold a solid quality of books it could possible to ease you in their door.
Most publishers nowadays do not peruse unsolicited manuscripts without an agent. Most agents aren’t interested if you don’t have a publisher. There’s the rub your catch-
Don’t ever submit anything to a publisher without querying first. A single page letter to the publisher pitching your manuscript if a good feeler. This is your first impression do make it count. Be sure to verify their genre preference and guidelines for submission. Unless you absolutely have a best seller on your hands adhere to publishers’ guidelines religiously.
If you have more than three errors on a page retype. If you have a single error on the page retype. If you don’t care, why would the publisher care? Be confident in yourself. Be confident in your work. If you are not you may appear desperate.
<\“What goals do I want to achieve?”> Should your objective be to get rich quick you’ll be gravely disappointed. Though it's possible to have what appears to be an overnight success. It’s not probable. They are very rare occurrences. Be sensible and persistent.
After you have tried the traditional route you may discover that independent-
These publications are quarterly so it’s important removal notices are given at minim four months in advance. Author request for book removal on this website is not possible. Books promoted here are through a distribution program. Whether your book appears here or not
<\“Do I have the ambition and drive needed to promote may finished book?”> If you aren’t invested they won’t be invested either. Books don’t fly off the shelve by themselves. The author must do book signings and readings to meet their reading audiences. No reader has ever said, “I only read books published by “X” publisher.” They don’t care who your publisher is—they are investing in you with their hard earn dollars. Readers with to hobnob with you the author.
There is no shame in independent-
There are myriad independent-
I work with the author to offer the besting pricing within their set budget. Additionally, I help the author with flyers, advert placement in The Drury Gazette and Theo’s Compass, and on this website. If they want that additional help, most do, as it is FREE. Authors’ adverts run until they state in writing to cancel. The cancellation and removal of that advert will not occur until the next issue is being typeset for publication.
<\“Am I financially solvent to cover the cost?”> Publishing isn’t something to go into lightly. It is an expensive arena to play in. However, that does not translate into being impossible. You can make it happen even on the tightest of budgets. You don’t have to do everything at once.
You can pay for editing services if you know you are apt enough. Then you can work on having your manuscript typeset. Following that your book cover. Later, you pour yourself over the galleys checking for errors. This is not the time to be impatient and rush. You are almost to the finish line. Don’t discard your hard labor now. Once everything is 100% satisfactory to you. The book is ready for printing.
Always opt for a sample copy to ensure the cover is exactly as you want it. This is also your last opportunity to scan for more possible errors. Remember you have invested much time and money up to this point. Once printed any errors you missed will be there until the next printing or longer (depending on the publisher). This is a good time to have an objective person with quality grammar skills and an eye for detail. Printers only reprint or refund their errors—NOT YOURS.