Book self-publishing offers writers new hope
Special to The Canadian
Are you seeking to by-pass often conservative and Big Business oriented trade publishers?
The Agora Cosmopolitan / BooksAgora.com services to writers includes the following:
- Evaluating your book for production readiness;
- Book Printing (high quality paperbacks);
- Help with Canadian ISBN registration;
- Book cover development and artwork;
- Direct marketing to bookstores and libraries;
- Book distribution across Canada and internationally,
- Book advertising on our websites like BooksAgora.com
Please note that writers should make sure that their manuscript has already been copy edited before we can begin the book production process.
Your book would be published under your own registered trade name that we would help you market in association with your newly published book.
E-mail for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Internet site reference: http://www.booksagora.com
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