We don’t always recommend self-publishing. Certainly it’s not an easy undertaking – it requires huge reserves of time and energy on the part of the author and it rarely pays off. In those respects, it sounds exactly like traditional publishing.
There are only a couple of good reasons to self-publish and immediate commercial success is not, and should not be, one of them.
By self-publishing, you will join the selected company of authors such as Beatrix Potter, John Grisham, Virginia Woolf, Thomas Hardy, Ernest Hemingway, Stephen King, Leo Tolstoy and others, who all started their writing careers by self-enterprise.
Like everyone else, we are also aware of the industry discrimination between self-published authors and those published traditionally. By introducing our comprehensive editorial service, we aim to reduce the gap as much as possible.
Our statement is simple, but powerful: we want to make the difference between ‘self-published’ and ‘self-published, but prepared for print by the Literary Studio’.
Our complete editorial package, exclusive to authors who want to take full control of their publishing projects, can take your manuscript from first draft to ready for print in a matter of months.
At the end of the process, you will have an edition to be proud of, ready for print to your publisher’s specifications.