Category: Publisher’s Blog

Musings from Publisher and authors

Leslie Handler Addresses the Good, the Bad and the Sometimes Silly in Her Book “Rats, Mice and Other Things You Can’t Take to the Bank”

    Life happens. Such a simple concept but the absolute truth, and this is the message that first-time author Leslie Handler wants to share with her readers in her new book Rats, Mice and Other Things You Can’t Take…

Re-Visiting Dorothy Rosby and I Didn’t Know You Could Make Birthday Cake from Scratch

Last week, I watched Dorothy Rosby do stand up at the Erma Bombeck Writer’s Conference and I remembered why this writer delights me so. Funny, smart, self-deprecating and genuine, Dorothy’s books are a joy to read.  Her most recent, I…

Bala Cynwyd Author Roz Warren Returns with Another Book of Library Laughter Just Another Day at your Local Public Library: An Insider’s Tales of Library Life

Just in time for National Library Week (April 8 – 14), library humorist Roz Warren is back with a second collection of wise and witty essays about life in the stacks. Just Another Day At your Local Public Library: An…

HOPress-Shorehouse Books Is Having an Author Sale !

Independent Publishing with a Traditional Flair: It might be the end of summer, but wonderful things happen in the autumn and HOPress-Shorehouse Books is shouting about the launching of their business and professional publishing arm Corner Office Books which debuts…

Roz Warren Tells it like it is for Huffington Post: Should you Publish Your Book with a Subsidy Press?

Many writers dream that their novel or book will attract a traditional publisher who will pay them a five-figure advance and handle all their marketing and promotion for their “baby.”  I am one of those writers. However, in the last…