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Publishes: Fiction; Nonfiction; Reference

Areas include: Adventure; Anthropology; Antiques; Archaeology; Architecture; Arts; Autobiography; Beauty and Fashion; Biography; Business; Cookery; Crafts; Crime; Criticism; Culture; Current Affairs; Design; Drama; Entertainment; Erotic; Fantasy; Film; Finance; Gardening; Gothic; Health; Historical; Hobbies; Horror; How-to; Humour; Legal; Leisure; Lifestyle; Literature; Media; Medicine; Men's Interests; Military; Music; Mystery; Nature; New Age; Philosophy; Photography; Politics; Psychology; Radio; Religious; Romance; Science; Sci-Fi; Self-Help; Short Stories; Sociology; Spiritual; Sport; Suspense; Technology; Theatre; Thrillers; Translations; Travel; TV; Westerns; Women's Interests

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

Preferred styles: Commercial; Contemporary; Experimental; In-depth; Literary; Mainstream; Niche; Popular; Positive; Progressive; Serious; Traditional
Submissions policy:
Not currently accepting new material. This publisher does not accept unsolicited MSS and is not taking on new authors. No queries or submissions by email.
This publisher does not charge authors any fees.
Net sale income minus $2.00 or 20%, paid quarterly.
Year founded:
Division of Leithauser Research

Additional information

Not accepting any new books for the forseeable future.

Publishes books as ebooks as a compliment to self publishing by the author. The ebooks are distributed over the Internet. A person can read the first 20% of the ebook for free, and then must pay in order to read the rest if they like the book. Publisher retains $2.00 or 20% of the net sales receipts (price minus credit card processing costs), and pays the remainder to the author quarterly. Nonexclusive contract, so you can continue to self publish through other channels. Send email or go to website for more information. No porn or other objectionable material accepted. Material should be long enough for the reader to get a good sense of the book after reading the first 20%.

Titles include: Comfort Selling; How Your Mind Works and How to Make It Work Better; Public domain titles

Authors include: Shelly Kalnitsky, David Leithauser, public domain

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