The Publishing Mentor offers tips on pulling your manuscript together so you can submit it to a traditional publisher or move forward with self-publishing your book. Either way, you will want to be sure the manuscript goes through the steps of professional editing before it is ready to be submitted to a publisher or before you move forward in the self-publishing process with a professional layout design and printing.
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Looking to get published?
You must have questions. Tons of them!
Let The Publishing Mentor assist you in researching and finding the process that is right for you.
Why do you need a mentor?
· Because the publishing process can be confusing for first-time self-publishing authors.
· Mistakes can be expensive and disheartening.
· There is so much information online… What’s right for you?
HOW CAN I HELP?
. With over 30 years experience and continuous updating, The Publishing Mentor is ideally placed to guide you through an ever-evolving publishing process.
. With professional guidance, you can navigate through to what option (trad or self-publishing) that best suits you.
. To date, The Publishing Mentor has assisted over a hundred authors realize their dream of publishing their books by walking them through the process, incorporating their vision for their book, yet at the same time apprising them of industry standards for professionalism.
. The Publishing Mentor mentors authors through the process of editing, book design, print-on-demand and global distribution.
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Remember, if it is worth publishing, it is worth publishing professionally!
Congratulations! on taking this first step towards realizing your publishing dream.
I wish you the best on your journey to becoming a published author.
"I have just published my first book and could not have done it without Cheryl's guidance, experience and wisdom. Cheryl is a true mentor and knows the balance between giving good, timely counsel and letting the author's voice come through."
~ Peter Reid, Diamonds on the Water--Waters I have fished, Lessons I have Learned- a Memoir, IOWI, 2019.
"Cheryl is a wonderful mentor. She sticks with you while you work out your thoughts and perspectives on your writing."
~ Jasteena Dhillon, (personal and family memoir in progress, 2019-2020).
"Cheryl is skillful and flexible in her approach, always considerate of what her authors want for their books. I highly recommend her."
~ elizabeth barnes, the way we go, IOWI, 2019.
Getting my first book published was a challenge. But Cheryl, my publisher, editor, mentor and now a dear friend, streamlined the process and walked me through it with patience and professionalism. I could never have done it without her. I can never say thanks enough!
~ Lillian Khan, Soulfie, IOWI, 2018.
"When Cheryl edits a piece of work, she keeps the author's voice so the manuscript remains authentic.”
~ Peta-Gaye Nash, author of I too Hear the Drums, 2010, revised 2015, IOWI. Five children’s books through IOWI.
“Cheryl works collaboratively with the author, respecting and welcoming their input, while maintaining the integrity and essence of their writing.” ~ Silvana Sangiuliano, contributor to The Literary Connection Volume II, IOWI, 2015.
"Cheryl made my publishing dream come true.”~ Mike Ghatine, author of Secrets of Driving and Automobile Care. IOWI, 2014.
"Cheryl Antao-Xavier combines warmth and caring about you, the client, with wisdom and great expertise in the field.” ~ Susan Munro, author of Ravings of a Lunatic Saint, IOWI, 2013.
“Cheryl is the most accurate editor I’ve worked with.” ~ Brandon Pitts, author of Pressure to Sing and Killcreek, IOWI.