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29 Book Publishing Companies For Authors Without Agents
Ten years ago, you never would have dreamed of getting your book traditionally published without an agent. But these days, the sky's the limit for authors.
The pros and cons of traditional vs. self-publishing have been hashed out a number of times.
So you know even though there are plenty of pros to self-publishing a book , there’s something validating about writing a book that’s so good a publishing company wants to claim and sell it as one of their own. Maybe you’re one of the many writers who'd like to have a book published through the traditional route, or you're looking to branch out and try it alongside independent publishing.
You’re not alone.
If you’ve ever considered seeking publishing companies to take a look at one of your books, you could find a literary agent, or there are plenty of legitimate publishing companies that accept proposals from authors without agents too!
- What the deal is with literary agents and why you might not need one
- 30 of the best book publishing companies we found that accept proposals directly from new authors–no agent needed
- How you can get noticed by publishers and editors
- How to spot “vanity presses” and make smart publishing decisions
Table of contents
Traditional publishing & literary agents–what’s the deal.
- The Cons of Using an Agent
- Publishers To Consider (Even If You're a New Author)
- 28. Graywolf Press
- Follow the Guidelines
- Be Professional and Polite
- Build Connections
- Make It Your Best Work
- Be Open to Feedback
- Build Your Author Platform
Caveat : As you all know, I've never traditionally published. So I want to be upfront and let you know that the below is purely research-based and does not imply that I have used the below publishers. You can search for publishers and agents on websites like QueryTracker.net , WritersMarket.com , or PublishersArchive.com .
When you think of traditional publishers, the Big 5 might be your first thought:
- Hachette Book Group
- Macmillan Publishers
- Penguin Random House
- Simon and Schuster
These are the big dogs — the Holy Grail of publishing accolades and prestige.
These companies are extremely selective and will only accept proposals through an agent. In order for the slightest hope that big publishing houses will show interest, fiction authors must have impressive writing skills and their work must fit the commercial mold of genre fiction, while nonfiction authors must have a compelling hook, a marketable idea, and a substantial author platform.
If you think your work is Big 5 material, you have to find an agent who’s interested in your book. They (if they’re any good) will help you make your book even better, then work their tail off to find you a great deal. They’re a lot like a business manager, and they can contact otherwise unreachable editors and negotiate all the important contract details on your behalf–but it's not all roses.
First, you have to do a ton of research on each agent before you contact them. The internet is full of scammers looking to prey on someone desperate for a book deal, or amateurs who will be a waste of your time (and possibly money) because they call themselves “agents” but don't really know what they're doing.
Then, after you do careful research to find a legitimate agent, the next step is finding one who thinks you have an amazing book. Even then, there's no guarantee of a publishing contract. Just like authors, agents typically get a number of rejections before they find a publisher who shows interest in your book.
If they do get your book accepted by a publisher and get you an advance for your book sales, it comes at a cost–15% of all your earnings.
So if you aren't set on getting published by a company that REQUIRES an agent, a better option might be getting published without an agent. There are tons of reputable medium and small publishing companies out there, and more and more publishers are loosening their grip on the reins to allow un-agented authors to contact them directly–cutting out the middleman. Even big companies dabble with submission periods of bypassing literary agents to find talented writers .
Although small publishing houses don't have the same clout with retailers or the same resources for marketing and publicity , most still have talented editors , designers, and passionate professionals for publishing great books.
One of the book publishing companies on our list is even an imprint of Penguin Random House, and yes, they accept contacts from authors directly. Plus, here's an example of a brand new author who got a contract with Baen Books, another publisher on our list, and his novel has great reviews on Amazon.
Below is a list of 30 book publishing companies that authors can contact directly. For each publishing house, you'll find:
- A link to their website
- What they publish
- Any significant notes about their publishing history
- A link to their submissions guidelines for authors
- Whether they accept proposals via snail mail, electronically, or both
- The estimated response time (if it was given on their site)
- A link to their catalog of previously published books, and
- Location of the publisher
When you find one that sounds interesting or like it might be a fit for your goals as an author, bookmark it. This could bring you one step closer to becoming a (traditionally) published author.
Note: Be sure to check each of the publishing companies' websites and submission requirements carefully. You'll make a great first impression by applying only to those publishing houses that carry books like yours.
How to Find Other Publishing Companies
One of the best ways to find successful publishing companies is to analyze the genre for your book and see what other companies are publishing books in that genre.
If you're doing this manually, this can take a very long time, and you'll end up finding a lot of other companies that aren't really great.
Thankfully, there's a tool that makes it easy to see all of the major publishers for the bestsellers of any genre.
That tool is Publisher Rocket .
With Rocket's category analysis tool, you can easily find a list of publishers for any genre by doing the following:
- Finding your desired category/genre through the Category Search
- Clicking on the “Insights” link
- Hover over the “i” icon under the Large Publisher tile
- Find a list of large publishers in that genre
A lot of these publishing companies will be traditional publishers, so you can reach out to them if you want a traditional publishing deal. Or you might find some hidden gems, like lesser known but successful small publishers.
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30 Book Publishing Companies That Accept Proposals Directly From Authors
1. self-publishing school.
- They publish a massive variety of nonfiction, fiction, and children’s books
- They have helped over 7,000 authors in just 7 years, so there’s proof their system works
- They pride themselves on not just helping authors publish, but actually sell their books (and they don’t take a royalty cut from your sales)
- They have additional training, support systems, community, and coaching for authors, which is included if you are accepted
- Submission guidelines – NOTE: YOU MUST SCHEDULE A STRATEGY CALL so they can hear about your book idea and see if you’ll be a good fit with their organization
- They can usually hop on the phone with you within 48 hours of applying
- They will assign a 1-1 coach to you after you’re accepted and give you access to a lot of supplemental course and training materials
- See Successful Students Here.
- See Their Library Here.
- Virtual, based mostly in US
- Publish science fiction and fantasy
- A respected and popular publishing company, and an imprint of Penguin.
- Submission guidelines
- They only accept snail mail submissions and full-length novels of at least 80,000 words . They do not accept short stories or novellas.
- They require submissions to be exclusive to them, however, if they take longer than three months to review your manuscript, then you can submit elsewhere
- New York, New York
3. Chronicle Books
- Children’s books and Adult trade (not adult fiction)
- Their books are everywhere as they even have international retail stores
- Different guidelines if you’re submitting children’s or adult trade, so follow carefully
- Will only respond if interested in publishing
- Browse their books here
- San Francisco, California
- Science fiction and fantasy only
- One of the most respected publishers of Science Fiction and Fantasy books, they are one of the few established publishers that will accept full-length manuscripts from authors without an agent
- Submission guidelines here
- Strongly prefer electronic submission through their submission form
- Take longer than typical to hear back (9-12 months)
- Wake Forest, North Carolina
5. Flashlight Press
- Publish children’s fiction picture books targeted to 4-8-year-olds
- Their books are beautifully illustrated and they only publish 2-4 each year. Their company and individual books have won many awards. They distribute internationally.
- Please follow the guidelines exactly
- Books should be less than 1,000 words with a universal theme dealing with family or social situations and fit within their catalog of books
- If interested, they will contact you within 3 months.
- Brooklyn, New York
6. Skyhorse Publishing
- One of the fastest-growing independent publishers in the U.S. with 15 imprints and a backlist of over 6,000 titles.
- They publish pretty much everything, both fiction and nonfiction, adult, young adult, and children’s books.
- They’ve had 43 titles on the New York Times bestseller list in the 10 years they’ve been publishing.
- You’ll hear from them within 4-6 weeks if they are interested in seeing more of your manuscript.
- You can browse their titles here
7. Free Spirit Publishing
- Publish nonfiction books and learning materials for children, teens, parents, educators, counselors, and others who interact with young people
- They produce 20-25 new titles per year and have a strong distribution through major trade and library distributors, in bookstores such as Barnes & Noble, on Amazon.com, and their widely distributed mail order catalog.
- They are looking for nonfiction proposals in these categories: Teaching Strategies & Professional Development, Early Childhood, Gifted & Special Education, Bullying Prevention & Conflict Resolution, Character Education, Leadership & Service Learning, Educational Games, Posters, & Jars, and Counseling & Social-Emotional Learning (at the time of this writing)
- They only accept proposals through mail.
- Their response time is usually 2-6 months
- Minneapolis, MN
8. Five Star
- Open to Mystery and Western fiction submissions
- Connected to large academic companies Gale and Cengage Learning
- Without an agent or previous book published, will need to query a general editor ( [email protected]) to get full submission guidelines. You should include your name, contact information, and genre. Submissions are accepted electronically only.
- They will respond, but it may take some time
- Their website was more difficult than most for authors seeking publishing companies, but they also have a Facebook page for more information
- Waterville, Maine
9. Kensington Publishing Corp.
- Known as “America’s Independent Publisher,” they have a bunch of imprints
- Publish over 600 fiction and nonfiction titles each year, including a range of popular genres such as romance, women’s fiction, African American, young adult and nonfiction, true-crime, western, and mystery titles
- Published some New York Times bestselling authors
- You should review their editors’ interests and submit to the one you think is the best fit for your book
- They will only respond if they are interested.
- You can browse their book categories and titles here
10. Beacon Press
- Publish serious nonfiction of deep fundamental issues, such as respect for diversity, religious pluralism, anti-racism, justice, equity, and compassion for all humans
- At the time of this writing, they are not accepting self-help, new poetry, or fiction books
- They only accept electronic submissions.
- They will contact you within 3 weeks if interested in seeing a full proposal after considering your query
- Boston, Massachusetts
11. Black Inc.
- Publish a variety of fiction and nonfiction, but not poetry or children’s books
- Open to submissions from Australian writers only and via email only
- If they are interested in your manuscript, they will contact you within 8 weeks.
- Explore their website
- Carlton, Victoria, Australia
12. Persea Books
- Fiction and nonfiction.
- They accept literary novels, creative nonfiction, memoirs, essays, biographies, books on contemporary issues, anthologies, and limited poetry and young adult titles.
- They do not publish genre fiction, self-help, textbooks, or children’s books
- You should submit your submissions package through the mail
13. BelleBooks/Bell Bridge
- BelleBooks originated to publish Southern fiction before creating the substantial imprint Bell Bridge, which publishes a wide variety of genres
- Publish everything from anthology to young adult, including children’s books, fantasy, nonfiction, romance, mystery, and women’s fiction.
- Submission guidelines – CURRENTLY CLOSED TO SUBMISSIONS
- This page includes to-the-point answers to questions like What do editors want? Why was your book rejected? And specific submission instructions, editor to contact, and word count by genre.
- They do not accept simultaneous submissions unless you’re agented.
- Typical response is 3-6 months
- Browse their books
- Memphis, Tennessee
14. Seven Stories Press
- Publish fiction and nonfiction, and the occasional book of poetry
- Books are distributed by Random House
- You should submit the requested materials through mail only.
- Check out their titles . You’ll notice their subjects include feminism, LGBTQ, environmentalism, human rights, and journalism.
15. Jollyfish Press
- Publish a variety of commercial and literary fiction, fantasy, science fiction, mystery, thrillers, young adult, humor, romance, and women’s fiction.
- A newer publisher started in 2012, was acquired by North Star Editions, Inc. in October 2016
- Should submit through email only
- Their About Us page tells what their editors are looking for , which can be helpful for authors seeking publication
- Book titles
- Provo, Utah
16. Oneworld Publishing
- Nonfiction and literary fiction. Categories include self-help, biographies, religion, history, business, and more.
- Approximately 100 books per year internationally.
- They have a submission form for authors to download and complete
- Make sure your book fits in with their previously published titles
- London, United Kingdom
17. Black & White Publishing
- Fiction and nonfiction, including women’s fiction (chick lit, saga, and romance), crime and psychological thrillers, contemporary YA and new adult crossovers, children’s fiction … and nonfiction: memoirs, sport (the UK and Ireland especially), humor, food and drink, and activity books
- A leading independent Scottish publisher open to work by authors from UK, Ireland, and beyond
- They prefer you use their online submission form, but they will accept mail
- You should hear back within 3 months if they are interested
- United Kingdom
18. Angry Robot
- A respected adult science fiction and fantasy publisher, who occasionally publishes horror too
- British-based but has great distribution in the US, Australia, New Zealand, and the UK. Part of Watkins Media Ltd
- They have “open door” periods periodically (like every 18 months or so) when they accept manuscripts from authors without agents. Check their website to find out if it’s currently an open door period
- You can submit to them anytime if you have a literary agent or if you’ve been recommended to them by an author already on their list
- Submissions are only accepted electronically
- They prefer books targeted to adults rather than junior or young adults. You can browse their books here
19. Evernight Publishing
- They seek complete manuscripts between 10,000-100,000 words in sub-genres of romance and erotic romance.
- Your submission should be exclusive to this publishing house
- They will make a decision on your proposal within 12 weeks
- Browse their website to see if yours fits
20. Felony & Mayhem
- A print and digital literary mystery fiction book publisher
- They only accept electronic submissions, preferably in Word docs
- Word count must be at least 80,000 words. 85,000 is preferred.
- They prefer mysteries with plots related to literature, philosophy, religion, academia, history, music, art, politics, food and wine, theatre, magic, anthropology, and settings outside the U.S.
- Their book titles are here
21. Chicago Review Press
- A variety of both fiction and nonfiction. They have several imprints, including an award-winning line of children’s and young adult nonfiction books
- Carefully review submission guidelines relevant for you
- You can even learn more about the acquisition editors you’ll be contacting
- Here are their book titles
- Chicago, Illinois
22. Albert Whitman & Company
- Children’s books from 0-15, from board books to young adult
- Picture books, middle-grade fiction, and young adult fiction each have their own submission details to follow
- You should hear from them within 6 months if they are interested
- Browse their catalog
- Park Ridge, Illinois
- Publishes primarily books for children , but also adult nonfiction and puzzle books. Their submission guidelines also state they are accepting young-adult novels.
- Submit through mail
- They will respond if they are interested only.
- Here are their children’s books
- Watertown, Massachusetts
- Specialize in children’s books, from board books to picture books to young adult fiction and nonfiction. They also maintain a line of adult backlist titles covering consumer references in health, education, and parenting; regional guide books about Southern US; adult fiction, biography, and memoirs with a focus on Southern authors.
- Send through mail
- Their review process typically takes 6-9 months
- Check out their books
- Atlanta, Georgia
25. Turner Publishing
- Little bit of everything – children’s, health & fitness, cookbooks, literary fiction, thriller/suspense, family & relationships/religion, juvenile fiction, history, humor, science, sports, romance, and nonfiction
- Their submissions don’t provide a lot of guidelines except where to email your materials
- They will contact if interested
- Nashville, Tennessee
26. Koehler Books
- Two publishing models : 1) Traditional model for experienced and agented authors with good sales. 2) Hybrid/co-publishing for new and emerging authors who need help and coaching.
- A wide array of genres, including memoirs, military, Business, Fiction, self-help mystery, thriller young adult and women
- They do not accept previously published books
- Fill out their submissions form and expect to hear back within 1-2 weeks
- View their home page
- Virginia Beach, VA
27. TCK Publishing
- They publish a wide range of nonfiction and fiction (but not poetry or children's picture books)
- They only accept digital submissions of completed manuscripts or book proposals on their website or via email
- Different guidelines if you're submitting fiction or nonfiction, so read carefully
- They respond to all submissions with a yes or no within 21 days
- Browse their titles here
- Granger, Indiana
- They publish poetry, memoirs, essays, fiction, and nonfiction
- Submissions are opened and closed at different times
- Publishes only about 30 books annually
- Minneapolis, Minnesota
29. Union Square & Co. (Formerly Sterling Publishing)
- They publish a massive variety of adult, young adult, and children’s books
- They have over 60 years in business and over 5,000 titles in print
- They have several imprints, including one for food, wine, and spirits; another for body, mind & spirit; another for crafting, decorating, and outdoor living; yet another for puzzles and games.
- For children’s books, they publish both fiction and nonfiction. They even have an imprint that publishes workbooks and flashcards for students in preschool through middle school.
- Submission guidelines – NOTE: THIS PUBLISHER NOW REQUIRES AN AGENT FOR SUBMISSION
- They accept submissions from authors through mail.
- It sounds like they respond to all submissions via mail or phone within several months.
- Browse their catalogs here
How To Get Noticed by Publishers
Once you've decided you want one of your books published, it's time to put in the work to get noticed and stay out of the slush pile.
Here are the strategies we'll take a look at:
- Follow the guidelines
- Be polite and professional
- Build connections at conferences
- Make it your best work
- Be open to feedback
- Build your author platform
Read and follow the stinkin’ guidelines.
Then read and follow them again.
Provide the publisher with exactly what they request in the method requested. If they say strongly prefer electronic submissions, give yourself a bonus point and submit your materials electronically.
Do not send your full manuscript unless they explicitly ask for it in their submission guidelines, or after they’ve expressed interested in your query letter.
Write an amazing query letter. This is like the cover letter you write when you’re applying for job, hoping for an interview. You need to write your best pitch to sell your book in a one-page letter, hoping the editor or agent picks your book to “interview” further.
Many publishers also request a synopsis or a brief summary of your entire story. Sample chapters are another common request for publishing companies. Most guidelines specify if they want one, two, or your first five. Give them what they ask for.
Nonfiction authors need to write a killer book proposal to show your book idea will sell, and that you have the credibility to give the advice. Among other things, your book proposal will include a detailed analysis of similar books already on the market, how your book is different, who will buy the book (your target audience), and why they need it, your author bio, a detailed chapter-by-chapter outline, and sample chapters. You’ll want to spend a fair amount of time researching and preparing your book proposal, which will probably end up being between 10 and 25 pages long.
Ultimately, send them quality work of what they ask for — nothing more, nothing less.
In all of your interactions as an author, you’ll be noticed for being polite and professional. In your letters, emails, social media, phone calls, and in-person conversations, show courtesy and professionalism and people will be more likely to want to do business with you.
If you come across as rude and unprofessional, people are not going to want to work with you. Editors receive an unbelievable number of submissions every month, so be patient and humble as you’re pursuing a publisher.
Good old fashioned one-on-one networking with people who work at publishing companies is another way to increase your chances of getting your foot in the door.
Publishers are more likely to at least carefully consider queries from someone they recognize, so bust out of your comfort zone and introduce yourself to people at conferences and summits. You never know where a connection may lead.
This is another “should go without saying,” but before you start pitching editors or agents, make sure your work is your best work. This goes for your manuscript as well as all of your submission materials. Read them out loud. Have someone else edit them. This is part of being professional. Don’t waste the publisher's time or yours by submitting sloppy materials.
Another tough one for some authors is being open to feedback. If your editor, your agent, and your beta readers give you feedback, have an open mind to it. Consider their point of view and seek more opinions or information if you’re unsure.
You probably won’t follow every piece of advice given (sometimes they're contradictory), but as authors, we are so blind to our passionate work that we miss the flashing red lights only outsiders can see. Tweak what’s necessary to create a more compelling book.
Finally, and this is especially important for nonfiction authors but doesn’t hurt for fiction authors either, build your author platform.
Design a professional author website that showcases your previous work if you have any and have your social media author accounts ready to go.
Showing the publishing companies that you have established a place in the world as an author by building a big email list will certainly help. This sends the message that you’ll be more like a partner to them in marketing your book — something they’ll love to see.
An Important Note About Vanity Presses
Apart from the 30 publishing companies on this list, not every company out there has your best interests at heart. Much like in the indie world, there are people out there who are more than happy to use you as a means of earning themselves money. Vanity presses are publishing companies that charge you a fee to publish your book, and do nothing to market it or professionally edit it. Be wary of any company that wants you to pay them to publish your story. If this happens, run for the hills.
If you're unsure of the difference between legitimate publishing houses and these ‘vanity presses,' check out this helpful guide that will clear things up for you.
Get After It
If the prestige, validation, greater potential of having your very own book on bookstore shelves, and the potential for literary awards is exciting to you, then researching and contacting publishing houses that seem the best fit for your writing may now be on your to-do list.
If reading about these publishing companies is exciting to you, or you've always known getting a publishing contract would mean the world to you, then why not go after it?
One thing I do know is if you never try, you’ll never know.
Side note: if you're interested, I also have an article to help you find the best self-publishing company here .
And as you’ve learned, you don’t even have to have an agent. You'll probably get a rejection or five, but don't get discouraged. There are plenty of legitimate book publishing companies out there just waiting to find the next talented author.
Why not you?
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5 thoughts on “ 29 Book Publishing Companies For Authors Without Agents ”
I found your site terribly informative. As a rank amateur, many of my questions were answered. Permit me one dumb question – is it considered improper to submit a work to more than one publisher at a time? Told you i was an amateur.
Glad you’re liking it. As for your question, no, no it isn’t.
What about Bookouture, they accept manuscripts without an agent. They do not pay advances but pay higher royalties
Excellent, informative article. Thanks for sharing.
Glad you liked it.
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- Use an aggregator , such as Draft2Digital and Smashwords, to distribute to a bunch of book retailers all at once . This will probably save you time and energy, though you’ll need to pay an extra fee for their services.
When you’re publishing an ebook, regardless of the approach, you’ll get to keep the lion’s share of the profits. Most retailers and aggregators will only take a cut of the royalties once a copy of your book is sold.
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Let's start with the four most prominent book retailers . Book retailers are the stores through which you’ll actually sell your book to the public — which means that they’re pretty important as far as your self-publishing ambitions are concerned! Like we mentioned before, each retailer offers its own ebook publishing platform for authors to upload their books. Where they differ is in the cut that they take of your royalties and their exclusivity programs.
1. Amazon KDP
💰 Pricing: Free to upload 💸 Royalties: 70% on ebooks priced between $2.99 and $9.99 OR 35% if priced below $2.99
Amazon is the titan of online bookstores — accounting for 74% of U.S. ebook sales in 2015 — it is the world's biggest seller of digital volumes. It's no wonder Amazon is often the first retailer authors consider to sell their titles.
Kindle Direct Publishing ( KDP ) is Amazon’s self-publishing platform (not to be confused with " Amazon Publishing " — their division that operates like a traditional publisher). Any author can self-publish using KDP, though you’ll need to do it manually yourself.
Note that Amazon KDP is not the same as Amazon KDP Select. KDP Select is Amazon’s exclusivity program — meaning that, if you choose to enroll in it, you can only sell your book on Amazon. In exchange for this, Amazon will give you:
- Access to Kindle Countdown Deals and free promotions. You can discount your book — and even set it to free on the Kindle store — for a certain period every 90 days. Learn more about the power of discounting (and the smart way to go about it) in this Reedsy Live .
- Enrollment in Kindle Unlimited . KU is Amazon’s subscription service for readers, which allows members to read as much as they want. It’s very popular and a good portion of Amazon customers only read titles from KU these days.
If you’ve researched these perks and decided that KDP Select is the route for you, then there’s no need to read the rest of this post, as you’ve essentially agreed not to use any other self-publishing company 🙂 Instead, you can familiarize yourself with the KDP Select program with these resources:
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- How to Self-Publish with Amazon
- The Complete Guide to Ebook Distribution
2. Apple Books
💰 Pricing: Free to upload 💸 Royalties: 70% on most books
Another big name that everyone should know, Apple founded its self-publishing arm in 2010. In 2012, Apple announced that 400 million books were downloaded on Apple Books (though it’s important to note that the number of downloads differs from the number of books sold , as The Digital Reader clarifies in this post ). Though Amazon has far eclipsed it as the foremost ebook reading platform since then, Apple Books still gets a fair amount of eyes.
While figuring out ways to monetize a book on Apple Books might be a challenge, it’s much easier to actually publish one. Using iBooks Author, self-publishing authors can quite easily upload their titles onto Apple Books, all without having to pay a fee!
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3. Barnes & Noble Press
💰 Pricing: Free to upload 💸 Royalties: 70% on ebooks priced above $0.99
As you might expect, Barnes & Noble Press (formerly known as NOOK Press) is the self-publishing platform belonging to the big box bookseller. It has pretty infamously struggled for market share against Amazon. However, as far as interfaces are concerned, B&N Press is easy to use — and, similar to the other big retailers, it’s free to upload your book. Exclusivity is not required to publish with B&N Press.
It’s important to note that you can set your book for free on this platform. What’s more, Barnes & Noble is still working on innovating and adding new features for self-published writers. In January 2021, B&N Press introduced an ad portal to help new authors to create marketing campaigns on the Barnes & Noble website for their books. Check out this page for more information on self-publishing on B&N Press.
4. Rakuten Kobo
💰 Pricing: Free to upload 💸 Royalties: 70% on ebooks priced more than $2.99 in the U.S. OR 45% for books priced below $2.99
Rakuten Kobo is the last big retailer that you should know. It’s a Canadian company (that’s a subsidiary of the Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten) — as such, it’s got a strong reach in the international ebook market. Kobo is only the #5 store in terms of market share in the U.S., though it’s growing year by year.
If you're hoping to reach readers outside of the U.S., Kobo is a strong candidate. Kobo's self-publishing arm, Kobo Writing Life, is simple and free to use. It also comes with several perks, including exclusive promotion opportunities, if you choose to distribute through Kobo and not an aggregator.
Speaking of aggregators… if you’re getting a migraine just thinking about uploading your book onto all of these different book retailers by yourself, then perhaps aggregators are what you’re looking for.
Aggregators collect and manage all of these markets: pushing your book to each retailer and centralizing it all into one sales report. With a single upload to, say, Draft2Digital, your book would be on sale on Amazon, B&N Press, Apple Books, Kobo — and even smaller retailers.
Then you’ll be able to track your sales across all of these retailers through the aggregator’s interface, receiving monthly royalty checks. In exchange for this service, an aggregator will take an additional cut of your royalties — which means that this route is for anyone who wants to quickly save on time and doesn’t mind paying extra.
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If you decide to use an aggregator, Draft2Digital is the one that we recommend at Reedsy. Why’s that? Lots of factors, including excellent customer support, a user-friendly dashboard, and a sleek website design. Not to mention the extra perks that D2D packs into the deal: they do the formatting for you . D2D also:
- Gives authors Universal Book Links (UBL) . As its name suggests, these UBLs make books discoverable by allowing authors to generate a link to each of their books, which goes straight to the customer’s preferred book retailer.
- Touts an “automated back matter” tool. This nifty service automatically adds your newly published ebook to the “Also by this author” section of any other book you’ve distributed via D2D.
Add the fact that it distributes to all of the major ebook stores, and you’ve pretty much got the whole package in Draft2Digital.
💰 Pricing: 15% of the retail price on Smashwords and 10% on other platforms per copy sold 📇 Distributes to: Apple Books, Barnes & Noble, Scribd, Kobo, Blio, the Smashwords store — more info here
The original aggregator, Smashwords was the undisputed king in town until Draft2Digial entered the picture. However, Smashwords is still very popular today.
On a simple side-by-side comparison, Smashwords and Draft2Digital offer similar pricing structures and royalties. Where Smashwords falls short is in terms of its user experience — you need to do the formatting yourself on Smashwords, which definitely isn’t a piece of cake. Smashwords also does not distribute books to Amazon . That said, outside of Amazon, it’s got a slightly more extensive distribution network than Draft2Digital, so if you want to sell your book to smaller retailers, this might work. Kindlepreneur's Dave Chesson wrote an in-depth take on the differences between Smashwords and Draft2Digital, which you can read here .
💰 Pricing: 10% of the retail price per copy sold OR subscription pricing 📇 Distributes to: Amazon, Apple Books, Google Play, Barnes & Noble, Scribd, OverDrive, Playster, Odilo, Bookmate — more info here
PublishDrive might be the new kid on the block, but it’s definitely made the most of its time. Founded in 2015, it works with over 4,500 publishers and can now connect you to over 400 stores. It’s got all the workings of the other aggregators: a modern interface and regular sales reports to keep you up-to-date on your profits. What sets PublishDrive apart from the pack are:
- PublishDrive’s subscription pricing options. If you just agree to pay $100 per month, you can keep all of your royalties, which might be a good fit for established authors.
- Its distribution options. Along with all of the major Western retailers, PublishDrive also specializes in international distribution, giving indie authors access to foreign markets that were previously out of reach.
💰 Pricing: 10% of the retail price per copy sold 📇 Distributes to: Amazon, Google Play, Apple Books, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Scribd, OverDrive, Indigo, Baker & Taylor — more info here
Another international distributor, StreetLib gives you even more options if you’re aiming to reach an international audience. It’s got a strong presence in Latin America and Europe, to the extent that its dashboard can be configured in English, Italian, Spanish, Hindi — and more! One other case in point for its international strength: in January 2019, it began offering its services for authors in Egypt.
Originally founded in Europe, StreetLib is certainly great for international distribution, but if your plan is to include the U.S. and U.K. as well, it's also got your back. As of April 2019, it distributes books to all major Western stores.
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XinXii isn’t actually Chinese — it’s based in Berlin. (Surprise!) As such, it offers authors foreign distribution channels that might not be readily available elsewhere. Note that it’s got a particularly strong presence in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. However, its customer support could be found wanting, and its user interface is a bit on the clunky side: trade-offs that the author will need to make to conduct business with XinXii.
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Now, if you haven’t gotten as far in the publishing process as the actual publishing bit, and you’re still concerned with the editing, design, and formatting of your book, then perhaps the companies above don’t quite match what you’re looking for. Thankfully, there’s one place where you can access world-class talent to take care of all three — and you’re already there 😉.
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While most self-publishing authors will rely on the ebook market for most of their sales, that doesn’t mean they should overlook the printed book. After all, there’s nothing quite like holding a beautifully designed paperback in your hand! And with print-on-demand technology that allows for copies to be produced only when they’re purchased, almost any indie author can put a paperback up for sale — without breaking the bank.
If that sounds good to you, then here’s a quick look at some of the major players in POD.
11. KDP Print
💰 Pricing: Learn more here 📇 Distributes to: Amazon (naturally), others through Expanded Distribution .
Formerly known as CreateSpace , Amazon’s own print-on-demand service has the benefit of sharing Kindle Direct Publishing’s platform. Authors already selling ebooks on KDP can easily launch a print edition by uploading a formatted PDF and cover design with a spine and a back. With KDP’s Expanded Distribution option, authors can sell to shops and libraries across the globe — though it’s important to note many booksellers are inclined to order through Amazon.
💰 Pricing: Learn more here 📇 Distributes to: Amazon, Apple Books, Barnes & Noble, Follett, EBSCO, Booktopia, Kobo, Zola Books, 24Symbols, Bookmate
IngramSpark, owned by Ingram, the biggest book wholesaler in the world. If your focus is on getting your book into brick-and-mortar stores, it’s worth setting your book up with this company (perhaps in addition to KDP Print, which you can use to sell your book on Amazon). For more info, read our IngramSpark review .
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📇 Distributes to: Amazon, Apple Books, the Blurb bookstore
Blurb is one of the most well-known and trusted print-on-demand services out there. We particularly recommend it for visual works — such as magazines and photo books. For an in-depth evaluation of its user-friendliness and pictures of the quality of its printed books, go to this review .
💰 Pricing: Learn more here 📇 Distributes to: Amazon, Google Play, Vearsa, Apple Books, Kobo, Bookshop, Barnes & Noble, Powell’s Books, Books-A-Million
Boasting an easy-to-use interface and reliable customer service, BookBaby is an option for many first-time self-publishing authors. To learn more about BookBaby, go to this review .
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Getting your book published is only half the battle, of course. You’ve created a wonderful book and launched it on the world’s biggest retailer platforms — but you still need to find a way to make people buy it. To help your book reach its potential, there are few companies you can turn to for assistance.
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Reedsy Discovery helps thousands of self-publishing authors get the boost they need every month. When you submit your book, you get an editorial review in time for your launch date — as well as a chance to be featured in our weekly newsletter, sent out to over 200,000 eager readers.
In addition to reviews, Reedsy’s marketplace has dozens of experienced book marketers who can help you optimize your book’s product page, plan an ad campaign, and perfect your email marketing strategy.
💰 Pricing: Varies among genres
Perhaps the single biggest promotional platform in publishing, BookBub offers self-publishing authors a powerful way to publicize their discount deals. Through BookBub’s Featured Deals and self-serve ads , an author can tap into their subscriber-base and access devoted fans of almost any genre.
However, these days, it’s incredibly hard for self-publishing authors to secure one of their featured deals. Thankfully, BookBub has more than a little competition.
17. Written Word Media
💰 Pricing: Varies between platforms
With a range of platforms catering to free and discounted books (the most prominent of which is their newsletters), Written Word Media provides authors with another way to connect with thousands of readers. Together with FreeBooksy and BargainBooksy (which promote free and bargain books, naturally), WMM has other sites devoted to steamy romances, new releases, and even audiobooks .
And if that isn’t enough, you can find more services over on Reedsy’s directory of book promotion sites .
Whichever options you choose, understand that it may take a bit of trial and error until you realize your perfect self-publishing system. There's no right or wrong way to go about it — which is all a part of learning how to self-publish a book in the first place.
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Why choose a local publisher, the benefits of self-publishing, questions to ask before choosing a publisher, 1. how do i choose a book publisher that’s right for me, 2. how do i know if a publisher is reputable, 3. what should i expect from the editorial process, 4. what should i expect from the copyediting process, 5. what is a royalty, 6. how long does it typically take to publish a book, 7. should i hire a literary agent, 8. what is a book advance, 9. how do i market my book, 10. how do i set the price for my book, 11. what is a book tour, 12. how do i build my author platform, book publishers near me: a comprehensive guide.
When it comes to publishing a book, finding the right publisher can make all the difference. While it may be tempting to opt for a well-known publisher based in a major city, the truth is that there are plenty of excellent book publishers located all across the country – even near you. In this article, we’ll explore the world of book publishers near you and provide you with some valuable insights into finding the perfect publisher for your book.
There are a number of compelling reasons to consider choosing a local book publisher as opposed to one based in a major city. For one, local publishers often have a deep understanding of the regional market and can help you tailor your book to appeal to local readers. Additionally, working with a local publisher can make it easier to develop a personal relationship with your editor, which can help ensure that your book receives the attention and care it deserves. Finally, local publishers may be more willing to take on new and untested authors, as they are constantly on the lookout for fresh and exciting voices to bring to their readers.
While working with a traditional publisher can certainly have its benefits, there are also a number of compelling reasons to consider self-publishing your book. For one, self-publishing allows you to maintain complete control over your book, from the cover design to the marketing strategy. Additionally, self-publishing can be a great way to get your book out into the world quickly, as you won’t have to deal with the lengthy manuscript review and approval process that can often be associated with traditional publishing houses.
There are a few key questions you should ask yourself before deciding on a publisher for your book. These include:
– What is their reputation in the industry? – What is their track record when it comes to first-time authors? – What is their marketing and publicity strategy? – What is their distribution network? – What are their editing and copyediting standards?
Frequently Asked Questions
Choosing the right publisher can be a daunting task, but there are a few things you can do to simplify the process. Start by researching publishers online, reading reviews and case studies, and reaching out to authors who have worked with those publishers in the past. Additionally, consider attending writing conferences and networking events, where you can meet with publishers in person and get a better sense of their approach to the industry.
Reputable publishers will typically have a track record of success in the industry, as well as positive reviews from authors who have worked with them in the past. Look for publishers that have a well-established brand and are known for their commitment to high editorial and copyediting standards.
During the editorial process, your publisher will work with you to refine your manuscript, making recommendations for revisions and providing feedback on your writing style, structure, and tone. This process can take anywhere from a few months to a year or more, depending on the complexity of your manuscript and the level of editing required.
During the copyediting process, your publisher will work to ensure that your manuscript is free of grammatical and spelling errors, inconsistencies, and other issues that could detract from its readability. This process typically takes several weeks to a few months, depending on the length and complexity of your manuscript.
A royalty is a percentage of the profits earned from book sales that is paid to the author by the publisher. Royalties are typically calculated as a percentage of the cover price of the book, and can range from 5% to 15% or more, depending on the publisher and the author’s negotiating power.
The timeline for publishing a book can vary widely depending on the publisher, the complexity of the manuscript, and the author’s availability. On average, however, it can take anywhere from 6 months to 2 years or more to publish a book, including the time required for editing, copyediting, design, printing, and distribution.
While it is not strictly necessary to hire a literary agent to publish your book, having an agent can provide numerous benefits. Agents can help you negotiate better book deals, connect you with reputable publishers, and provide valuable feedback on your manuscript and overall writing career.
A book advance is a sum of money paid to the author by the publisher before the book is published. This advance is typically paid in several installments over the course of the publishing process, and is intended to help the author cover their living expenses while they work on the manuscript.
Marketing your book can be a complex and multi-faceted process, but there are a few key steps you can take to increase its visibility. Start by building buzz around your book on social media and other online platforms, and consider investing in paid advertising, book reviews, and author events.
Determining the right price for your book can be challenging, as it will depend on a number of factors, including the length of the book, the anticipated market demand, and the level of production quality. Start by researching comparable titles in your genre and region, and consult with your publisher to determine the best price point for your book.
A book tour is a series of events during which an author travels to various locations to promote their book. These events can include book readings, signings, and interviews with local media outlets, and are designed to help build buzz around the book and connect the author with readers.
Building an author platform involves creating a strong online presence through social media, blog posts, and other content. It also involves connecting with readers and other authors in your genre, attending writing conferences and other networking events, and developing a reputation as a thoughtful and insightful voice in your field.
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Taiwan’s ruling party rocked by sexual harassment claims
President apologises for second time in a week as politics and media embroiled in #MeToo allegations
Taiwan’s ruling party has been rocked by a wave of sexual harassment allegations, as the country grapples with a #MeToo movement that has encompassed politics and the media.
On Tuesday, President Tsai Ing-wen apologised for the second time in a week in response to sexual harassment claims against senior staff in the Democratic Progressive party (DPP). “Our society as a whole must educate ourselves again. People in sexual harassment incidents are victims,” she wrote in a Facebook post.
Hours earlier, Tsai’s national policy adviser Yan Chih-fa resigned after being accused of sexually harassing an employee of a Tsai support group in 2018. Yan, who denies the allegations, also withdrew a defamation lawsuit he had filed against the complainant.
And beyond politics, on Wednesday Lee Yuan-chun, a former political worker, filed a lawsuit against Wang Dan, a former student leader in the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests, accusing him of attempted rape in 2014. The exiled Chinese dissident denied the allegations and said he had returned to Taiwan to cooperate with legal proceedings.
Wang told the Guardian he welcomed the lawsuit because “seeking the truth through legal means is a more rigorous approach than engaging in online speculations”.
In the past week there have been nearly two dozen allegations of sexual harassment against high-profile political figures. Several people have already resigned.
The latest instalment in Taiwan’s previously limited #MeToo movement was sparked by a Facebook post written on 31 May by a former DPP staffer, who said she had been sexually harassed by a director after a video shoot. Chen Qian-rou said she complained to the then head of the party’s women’s development department, Xu Jia-tian, who allegedly dismissed the issue and blamed her for not avoiding the director. Xu resigned after the post went viral.
The DPP faces a close presidential race in January. There have already been allegations that the accusers are agents of the Chinese Communist party (CCP), who would like to see Taiwan’s ruling party ousted by the Kuomintang (KMT), the main opposition party, which advocates closer ties with Beijing.
According to one flash estimate pollster, online support for the DPP plummeted by more than a third in the days after Chen’s initial Facebook post.
But the KMT has also been hit by allegations. On Saturday, Fu Kun-chi, a KMT legislator, was accused of sexually assaulting a journalist in 2014, grabbing her head and kissing her without her consent at a work dinner. Fu responded by saying he had never used his power to subordinate women.
Later that day Hou You-yi, the KMT’s presidential candidate, said he “would never allow, and would not stand by and watch, any infringement of personal autonomy, regardless of political party” and called for an investigation.
Tsai, Taiwan’s first female president, has championed the self-governing island as a beacon of social equality. Across the Taiwan strait, women in mainland China are under increased pressure to adhere to traditional gender roles to bolster China’s birthrate.
But the belated #MeToo reckoning has exposed the deeply patriarchal norms that still govern Taiwanese society. In 2021 Chen Chao-ju, a law professor at National Taiwan University, noted that in Taiwan “#MeToo has become a symbol of anti-sexual violence activism, but it has yet to produce a crystallising effect and recharge the anti-sexual violence movement … stories are told in private, with victims in the dark and perpetrators enjoying impunity”.
Bei Ling, an exiled Chinese poet, has also been accused of sexual assault by the writer of a Netflix show that has been credited with inspiring Taiwan’s #MeToo movement. Jian Li-ying accused Bei of groping her when she was a student at Chinese Culture University in Taipei. Bei has dismissed the allegations as “pure fabrication”.
Jian is now a writer on the TV show Wave Makers , a political drama set in the run-up to a Taiwanese election, in which a party staffer complains of sexual harassment. “Lets not just let this go,” says the party spokesperson in the show, a line that has become a rallying cry for Taiwan’s real-life complainants.
Prof Chen Mei-hua of the sociology department at National Sun Yat-sen University noted that while these accusations had played out in the court of public opinion, in formal legal proceedings they were unlikely to succeed. “Most cases happened many years ago, and most women do not have any evidence or witnesses,” she said. “It is almost impossible for victims to win the lawsuit.”
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