Select one of the questions below to find out it's answer.


The simple answer is: Efficiency. We simply have some very solid processes and practices in place which reduce our costs both in overhead and labor. That's the primary way to bring costs down, after all. In addition, we keep tighter profit margins than the others. We cost less because we aren't funneling bucketfuls of YOUR money to the top few people.

This depends on a few factors, but most important is what we need to do with your book, or what you want us to do. Obviously a book that we receive handwritten on notebook paper will take longer to get to Amazon than one that comes in with a cover already made, the text completely edited, and a firm idea of all the dimensions and formatting choices.

If you use our pricing guidelines your royalty will be 15% of the book cost. This can be changed by you in a couple of ways - either through our "Full Royalty" program, or through our option to set your own price. You will find that our 15% is one of the highest in the industry.

In Greek mythology, Cadmus was the founder and first king of Thebes; more relevantly, he is credited with bringing the first alphabet to the Greeks - thus given them the art of WRITING!

Quite frankly, because it doesn't sell anything. Other publishers tend to put them on their sites simply because authors think they'll sell books there. But the truth is, that's not where people go to buy books - they go to Amazon. Barnes and Noble. Even Goodreads. We focus our efforts where it matters.

As long as you want it to be. Once set up, there is no ongoing fee for it to remain in print and available. You can take it out of print at any time if you choose, but otherwise it is there for good.

We do not claim exclusive rights to your book. In fact, you still retain all rights. So you can shop it around the big publishing houses, or agents, or wherever you wish to take it. Indeed, we encourage it! Sometimes the best first step to signing on with a large publishing house is to go through a "Publishing Services Provider" (a more technical name for what we do here) so you can show them how well your book actually sells.