This digital era we live in can get overwhelming. It seems nearly everything takes place online now; from conversations to classes to — you guessed it! — reading books.
Although it may not always feel like it, being a self-published author has several advantages over traditional publishing.
If you’re a parent, times have probably changed a lot since you were a kid.
It’s a little-known fact that Steuben Press gets its name from the town where founder Adam Ellis and his family grew up, Steubenville, Ohio along the Ohio River in the southeastern part of the state.
There’s nothing quite like holding your first finished self-published book in your hands.
True horror fans know that the stories that give you goosebumps are a thrill year-round, not just on Halloween. There’s nothing like a bone-chilling suspense novel to keep you turning the pages.
Picture the scene: Dipping your toes in a babbling creek, taking a deep breath of the fresh air, and placing pen to paper with newfound inspiration.
You’ve done hours of research, endless interviews, and spent countless nights posted up at your writer’s desk.
You did it! You’ve finally written that book you’ve been dreaming up.
If describing yourself as a writer has made you cringe lately, it may be a sign you’ve had some time away from your notebook.
When I was looking for a printer for my first book I put the project on a nationwide search site. The very first applicant was Steuben Press. Their estimate remained competitive as more than thirty others flooded in. Since then, through two more books and multiple printings, Steuben Press has proved themselves efficient, timely, responsive, and when I call, it's like in "Cheers," a place they know your name. I recommend them without reservation.
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