Why you Need a Publisher?
The role of a publisher is more wide-ranging than most would think. A publisher will make sure your content is available in every potential outlet worldwide. Authors who attempt this themselves tend not to reach the market as widely. Through the process of careful selection, editorial input and marketing, publishers are turning undiscovered talent into international success stories.
Fruition Publishing Concierge Services™, a division of Alesha Brown LLC, works to:
We know the best way to shape and channel your work. The benefit of choosing our company is that we are only concerned with providing access to the best quality content – whether it is digital or in print. Review the difference between us, traditional publishers and self-publishing below:
Publisher maintains the Intellectual Property rights
Books are brought to market usually in 18-24 months
Average of 4% to 15% Royalty, depending on mode of sale and is typically based on Net sales, paid twice a year, with an average advance of $1,500
Books are given a custom designed interior and cover and all printing costs are covered. Publisher typically takes over editing and final manuscript content and quality.
Full Bookstore Distribution both online and off via Ingram Publisher Services or other reputable distribution solutions
No Continuing Education
Publisher takes over and makes all decisions
Typically 50% of retail price and typically limited to a certain amount
Authors are sometimes treated as a partner
Developmental editing refers to editing that aims to improve the content and structure of a manuscript. Developmental editing is very different from proofreading and copyediting, which only ensure that a manuscript’s grammar, punctuation and spelling are correct.
By contrast, developmental editing takes on topics such as pacing, plot, characterization, and setting. There are no set rules to abide by; instead, the developmental editors draw upon their instincts, experience, and lifetimes of heavy reading to help a manuscript reach its fullest potential. Developmental editors are close to authors.
A ghostwriter may be the main or partial writer behind a book, but they are not the author. They are hired to carry out the vision of their client, and their main concern is with satisfying that client.
Ghost writers are writers for hire who take money but none of the credit for the work produced. The original writer, or author, is hiring the ghost as a freelance writer to produce copy writer work for a fee. The author takes all the credit for all the original work produced, including all the original writing produced by the ghost writer.
Do you have a desire to write, but perhaps you find yourself frustrated by an inability to develop or organize your writing, or perhaps you’re getting bogged down in the process? You need a writing coach.
A writing coach is like a personal trainer for a writer. A writing coach helps the writer develop a clear and compelling premise or plot, determine a tone, style, and voice based on the intended audience, and produce a coherent, captivating narrative, whether fiction or nonfiction.