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Questions to ask Publishers

Many writers and authors seek out publishing houses and companies. After all, these professionals work with all kinds of book genres, such as sci-fi, romance, history, horror, and fantasy. Therefore, it is important to find the right publishing house to assist you with editing and publishing a novel or manuscript. Written below are some questions you should keep in mind when speaking with a book publisher or publishing company.

  • Do you handle YA or children’s books?
    If you are trying to get a young adult or children’s book printed and published, be sure you inquire about this specific genre. After all, some book publishing houses may only deal with adult fiction novels and titles.

  • What is involved with getting a novel edited and published?
    This may vary from one company to another. After all, this is a large industry with various agents, editors, and publishing houses. It is important to speak with a representative of the company in order to get the specifics.

  • Do you handle online press releases for books?
    As you can see, there are many online press releases for authors and book titles nowadays. However, every company may not handle this aspect of advertising a new nonfiction biography or fiction romance novel.

  • What genres of books do you work with or handle?
    Since there are numerous genres like self-help, cookbooks, horror, and history, it is important to ask the publishing company up front about the books they deal with. This way you will not waste any of your time or theirs.
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    Entheos Publishing
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    123 E 1st Ln, Greenville, FL 32331
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    Pichard Publications Write review for this local business
    2211 Ellicott Dr, Tallahassee, FL 32308
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    Mind Productions & Associates Write review for this local business
    324 N Copeland St, Tallahassee, FL 32304
    (850) 222-1764  
    Peninsular Publishing Co Write review for this local business
    2503 Jackson Bluff Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32304
    (850) 576-4151  
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    3737 Overlook Dr, Tallahassee, FL 32311
    (850) 878-3854  
    Father and Son Publishing Write review for this local business
    4909 N Monroe St, Tallahassee, FL 32303
    (850) 562-0907  
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    4909 N Monroe St, Tallahassee, FL 32303
    (850) 562-2712  
    Durwood Publishers LLC Write review for this local business
    700 N Ride, Tallahassee, FL 32303
    (850) 385-5822  
    Aras Publishing Inc Write review for this local business
    1857 Ox Bow Trce, Tallahassee, FL 32312
    (850) 668-9528  
    Municipal Code Corporation Write review for this local business
    1700 Capital Cir SW, Tallahassee, FL 32310
    (850) 576-3171  
    Patent Print Books Write review for this local business
    22101 Sunnyside Lane, Suite 101, Sunnyside, FL 32438
    (850) 628-8380  
    Lolas Bookstore Write review for this local business
    401 South Harding Street, Albany, GA 31701
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    Book publishers fall into three categories. Trade publishers sign authors and pay an advance and royalty to writers. Larger houses expect the author to have a literary agent, but smaller publishers will take direct submissions.

    Vanity publishers charge the author for the privilege of being published. They then handle editing and printing. The poor reputation of vanity published books has to do with the fact that they will publish anyone willing to pay.

    Self publishing services provide printing and sometimes distribution services to authors who are working independently. However, they generally do not offer editing or marketing services for the author.

    Publishers hire editors, as well as artists to illustrate children's books and title pages. Authors do not work for the publisher, but are essentially independent freelance writers that release their work to be used and printed. They provide the manuscript, which is then edited, published and paid for. In the case of vanity and self publishers, writers are the clients.

    Large publishing houses are generally split into various departments. Novels and non fiction books are generally kept separate. YA and children's books are also commonly their own department. Smaller publishers generally focus on one or two genres. E-publishers do not print books, but sell electronic books online. This is particularly common for romance and erotica publications.

    Because of this, both writers and bookstores need to be aware of what a publisher sells. Some, for example, may sell sci-fi, fantasy and horror novels. Others may sell cookbooks. Biography and history books are also commonly printed. Larger publishers use printing presses. and smaller publishers may use print on demand services to print books as they are ordered. This, though, results in a higher unit price.

    As the printing industry changes, it seems that anyone can be a publisher. However, not just anyone can be a good one.