FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Do you accept first-time authors?
Yes we do. We review each submission on its own merits, and if we find the book has potential we will publish it, whether it is from a seasoned author or a first-time author.
Do you accept all books submitted?
No. We review all submissions and based on certain criteria, we choose those manuscripts that we feel have potential, and a voice that should be heard. We publish approximately 15% of all submissions.
Do you charge for publishing books?
Yes. We have a one-time fee that includes our entire process. Up to five editing passes, cover and interior pages designed, formatting, proofing, ebook file, distribution network including Amazon, and publication. It is a one-time fee, and there are no additional charges.
How much say do I have in final edits and covers?
Throughout the entire process, we will want your input and approval. It is still your book, and at each phase of the process, including cover design, we want your comments and seek your approval.
What is your royalty package like?
We receive 15% of the royalties, so the lion's share goes to our authors, unlike other independent publishing houses. You spent years dedicated to your book, you should reap the benefits.
How long does the process take?
It varies from book to book. We have a very unique editing service other publishers don't offer, so our timing does vary. We can publish your book anywhere from 3-4 months, depending on length of book and number of photos (if necessary) to be included. Once you experience our editing process, you will become a better writer. That is what our authors have told us, and what we have witnessed after they have submitted their next book.
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