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WiDo Publishing

Salt Lake City, Utah 84101



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Website: widopublishing.com

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Snail-Mail: No

E-Mail: Yes

Online Form: No

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from Itsmediane_l
Dec 30, 2017 7:35 pm


It's a scam. They feed all submissions to their vanity press. Don't fall for it.
from Itsmediane_l
Dec 30, 2017 7:32 pm


Got a rejection but they said their new division was interested I believe that they use query tracker to feed unsuspecting authors to their vanity publishing division for a fee of over $3000. My thoughts are. If they don't think the manuscript is good enough for Wido publishing then why would I pay them to publish it under their vanity press. think about it before you do.
from KimBeall
Nov 21, 2017 10:26 am


Received the standard rejection Sept. 11, received an email 11/14 saying "we sent you a request for your full manuscript on Sept. 11, please send it." I put this down to clerical error and sent the MS. Received an "offer" on Nov. 21 from their vanity press division with their fee of $3K+ buried deeply in the small print - I will not be signing this contract. ;)

Other vanity presses have been crawling out of the woodwork since then; I wonder if they sell the contact info they collect?
from willwrite4chocolate
Aug 19, 2017 12:37 pm


I too was offered the hybrid option. If I'm going to self-publish, I'd prefer to keep ALL the royalties.
from natwriter
May 18, 2017 5:27 pm


Queried WiDo.
Said it wasn't right for them but their hybrid publisher was interested in seeing the full manuscript.

Still trying to decide if that's the route I want to go.

Has anyone published with E.L. Maker and how has that been?

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