There are many reasons why someone might want to consider self-publishing; whether to have more control over a manuscript or to purchase as a gift. Regardless of your reasons the important part is being able to trust the publishing company that you choose to produce a wonderful product.

Here at Netherwood, we pride ourselves on quality. We don’t just allow our authors to upload a document and create their own covers before pressing print. We understand the financial and emotional commitment our authors have made in creating their books which is why we work with them every step of the way.

At Netherwood we offer a comprehensive proof-reading and copy-editing service – we don’t want to change your manuscript but we do want it to be the best it can be (without spelling mistakes) – together with bespoke design services to make your book a true original that will stand up against the professional markets.

What’s more, our industry partners, Maytree Press and The Poetry Village, are on hand to ensure your title is visible across the internet and offer advice around marketing and promotion.

We believe are pricing options are extremely competitive and whilst many self-publishers make grand claims of huge profits we prefer to be realistic. If you are self-publishing to make huge amounts of money then think again – your first 100 copies may cover your initial outlay if you’re prepared to work hard and get out and sell your books. This is the reality of the book trade. If this sounds tough and you simply wanted to be a millionaire then, sorry. If, however, you’re self publishing because you have a wonderful manuscript that deserves to be read by a wider audience then get in touch – we’d love to hear from you. Check our pricing options now.

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