Warning Signs when looking for a Publisher
1.Offering a low-cost package. This usually means they will sell you an expensive add-on once you realize you need it. (The most common offering is editing.)

2.Promises to do marketing for your book. For what a publisher will charge you for marketing, you can get much more by working directly with a marketing company. Don’t fall for the trick of sending out thousands of “press releases” or promises to have your book listed with thousands of websites. 

3.Extra-cost gimmicks like bookmarks and posters. You can get these much cheaper directly from a local printer. 

4.They set very high prices on their books for sale, which is a ruse to get you to pay more when you purchase them.

One of the best things you can do is a Google search using the name of the publishing company and the word “reviews.” If there has been complaints about their work, it will show up.

Call me today if you are ready to turn your dream of writing a book in a reality.


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