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Alright, you’ve finished your book!

Now it’s time to consider whether to self-publish or traditionally publish. How do you know which is right for you? There are pros and cons to each one that you’ll want to consider carefully. Whichever path you take, I can help reach your destination.

Traditional Publishing

If your goal is to get an agent, who in turn works to find a publisher, you’ll need to create a query letter and book proposal. While I can’t guarantee that a book will be published by a major book publisher, I can work with you step-by-step as an editor to create a powerful book proposal. A strong proposal can help you land the perfect publisher, one that will recognize and value the vision of your work, those who will know how best to distribute your voice to the masses.


If you want complete control of your book, or you want to get it out to your audience ASAP, I can guide you through the process. I work with a talented team of book designers, graphic designers, and proofreaders to help you create a beautiful, high-quality book , uploaded to the printers site, and listed for sale on Amazon and other major bookseller websites. In today’s world of print-on-demand books, online book sellers, and downloadable eBooks—all of which level the playing field—many new and established authors choose this well-respected option.