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Material published:
Publishes: Fiction; Nonfiction; Reference

Areas include: Adventure; Autobiography; Crime; Culture; Current Affairs; Drama; Fantasy; Finance; Health; Historical; Hobbies; Horror; How-to; Humour; Leisure; Lifestyle; Literature; Military; Mystery; Nature; Politics; Psychology; Radio; Religious; Romance; Science; Sci-Fi; Self-Help; Short Stories; Sociology; Spiritual; Sport; Suspense; Technology; Thrillers; Women's Interests

Markets: Academic; Adult; Children's; Family; Professional; Youth

Preferred styles: Contemporary; Literary; Mainstream; Popular; Traditional
Submissions policy:
Actively seeking new material. This publisher is actively seeking submissions of unsolicited MSS. Both queries and submissions by email are accepted.
This publisher does not charge authors any fees.
(a) A royalty of ten percent (10%) of the Publishers net receipts for the first 5,000 print copies of the Work sold in hardcover format, less returns, twelve percent (12%) on the next 5,000, and fifteen percent (15%) thereafter; (b) A royalty of seven and a half percent (7½%) of the Publishers net receipts for the first 20,000 print copies of the Work sold as trade paperback less returns, and ten percent (10%) thereafter; (c) A royalty of six percent (6%) of the Publishers net receipts for the first 150,000 print copies of the Work sold as mass-market paperback less returns, and eight percent (8%) thereafter; (d) A royalty of twenty-five percent (25%) of the Publishers net receipts all copies of the Work sold in electronic format (eBooks, etc.) less returns; (e) A royalty of fifty percent (50%) of the proceeds of any license granted to another Publisher to bring out a reprint edition of the Work; (f) A royalty of five perc! ent (5%) of the Publishers net receipts for all bulk sales of the Work for premiums or promotions; (g) No royalties shall be payable on copies furnished to the Author or on copies for advertising, contest, review, sample, or other similar purposes, or on copies destroyed.
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Additional information

A traditional book publisher. We pays the production costs associated with bringing their authors' work to market and they do not charge reading fees.

We are a growing company and we are aggressively seeking to launch as many titles as possible. We are looking for published and unpublished authors who are committed to their work and their writing and want to build a close relationship with their publisher.

We accept a wide variety of works, including adventure/action, detective/police/crime, fantasy/science fiction, general fiction, horror, mainstream/contemporary, mystery/suspense, religion/inspirational, romance. We also publish limited non-fiction. We prefer email queries and multicultural books

Titles include: Linked
The Intruders
Hattie's Advocate

Authors include: Olive Peart
Matthew W. Hoffman

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