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from lvcabbie2
Jul 18, 2017 10:09 am

Promotion plan. We expect our authors to partner with us and be active in the marketing of their titles—it’s necessary in the industry these days
from leftyfelix2
Apr 19, 2017 11:54 am

Very unprofessional staff! They terminated my contract for 2 bad Amazon reviews and the fact that they disagreed with legitimate changes I did not want altered on my manuscript. They also never pay you royalties. If you sign up with them they will rip you off!!!! Beware!
from jodimcduffiemcmannis
Jul 23, 2016 11:27 am

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Promotion plan. We expect our authors to partner with us and be active in the marketing of their titles—it’s necessary in the industry these days
from jodimcduffiemcmannis
Jul 23, 2016 11:20 am

from Peneloperay
Jan 24, 2016 7:02 pm

@CathieArms Sorry for the late response on your question! (This is JackieCrocus, I changed my name) After contracting my manuscript to be published, they eventually sent me a termination letter saying that my book would take too long to do anything with... It took me a little over a year to recover from that blow, and eventually got my book published by America Star books (which probably wasn't an upgrade, but hey it's published). Their communication is next to nil. The lady who contracted my book in the first place was very nice, but when she handed me over to the YA editor, that's when it all went down hill. But that's been a couple of years. Don't know if that helped, but my advice: Avoid a sinking ship. Unless they have radical changes, maybe they'd be worth considering, but I check their website periodically and I'm actually glad they terminated me.

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