Many writers dream of having their work published. One of the biggest obstacles when trying to get published is being accepted by a traditional publishing house, such as Harper Collins, Macmillan or Random House.
The solution to this?
Self-publishing. Writers can publish their work through online services such as Amazon Publisher, BookBaby, and Ingram Spark. This can be a very quick and inexpensive way to get your writing in print. But is this the right road for you?
Key things to bear in mind:
Will your book look professional?
Will your book sell?
What kind of support can you expect?
Is there an actual person, available, to help you if there are problems along the way?
Allow me to introduce Independent Publishing...
'Independent Publishing – An independent publishing company publishes the works of other authors, and may or may not publish the work of the owner. A good independent publisher should help guide authors through the entire process of publishing – from manuscript development and proofreading to production and sales and marketing. They should be there to support you during the entire process.'
As an indie publisher, Final Chapter will help you achieve a professionally published book that sits right alongside any of the traditionally published books. This company was formed by a writer/author for authors; everything is taken care of, from editing and proofreading, to book cover design, and even marketing help. Final Chapter aims to be accessible for everyone, no matter the budget. The Editor will be with you every step of the way.
"We make your dream, ours."