Inscript Publishing Services is a self-publishing and
copy editing service of
Publishers. Inscript helps to get undiscovered authors to the market
by providing affordable self-publishing services, including printing,
binding, copy editing, cover design, interior design and distribution of their
differs from the typical self-publishing
company in the following ways:
- The author receives all production files, enabling them to re-publish their books elsewhere,
if needed, without incurring additional costs from us.
- The author retains all copyrights.
- Unlike other companies, we do not accept everything that comes in the door.
- As we are committed to publishing quality product, we are
selective as to the books that we publish. See
- Our pricing structure is simple, allowing you to easily determine the final cost of your project.
No hidden fees or unnecessary charges.
There are many “synonyms” of self-publishing services in the book
industry today, including author service companies, vanity publishers,
subsidy publishers, and increasingly, independent publishers (although
independent publishers can apply to small or medium-sized publishers who
are not connected to a large corporation). No matter what you call it,
self-publishing is when the author finances all or the majority of the
costs of a book.
Inscript’s mission is to assist authors who
have challenges with being accepted by or succeeding with a traditional
publishing company. Some of those challenges are:
- 1) Non-existent or
limited platform. A platform is an audience of people who care about you
and what you write. For instance, best-selling authors may have a
platform of thousands, if not millions, of people who follow them and
diligently support their work. New authors may have a platform
consisting only of family and a few friends.
- 2) Limited promotion or
marketing experience. You may have no idea how to promote a book. Since
many of today’s traditional publishers require authors to promote and
market their works, lack of promotion or marketing knowledge may cause
traditional publishers to avoid you like the plague.
- 3) Limited time
to promote. Successful authors take time to promote their works. If you
are so busy that you do not have time to set up book signings, attend
trade shows, or diligently update your social media accounts, among
other things, it may be difficult to land a traditional publishing
- 4) Your book appeals to a limited niche market that would
make it difficult for traditional publishers to accept your work. For
example, if the target audience of your book is veterans of World War 2,
that audience is so limited that you may have trouble getting a
traditional contract with such a book.
- 5) You need to get to market
quickly. Traditional publishers can take up to a year and a half to get
a book to market, while some self-publishing companies can get your book
to market in less than two months.
Of course, it is erroneous to
think that self-publishing companies, in general, do not care about the
challenges above. However, since the book is being financed by the
author, they are more likely to accept an author with these challenges.
Although Inscript is a young imprint, having been established in
2017, our team has more than 20 years of experience in the publishing
industry. Inscript is headed by Louis Jones, who, in addition to his
publishing duties, is also an author, minister; and entreprenuer.
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