An exclusive boutique and independent publishing company dedicated to finding and publishing gem authors in the rough.
WELCOME TO INSIGHT PRESS BOOKS, LLC
Insight Press Books, LLC assists new authors to self publish. Through solid intuitive understanding, we navigate and guide new authors through the publishing process enabling hundreds of people to find the book within them and find the market for their book.
Our goal, as a progressive publishing company, is to process the author’s manuscript into printed book form and assist the author in contacting book distributors for distribution. We will also assist the author in placing the book on the Internet marketing sites.
Insight Press books, LLC is also a site to experience unique historical novels about adventure stories of Alaskan wildlife by author Curtis D. Carney.
Book signing schedule:
Walmart Ten Mile Store—DECEMBER 9 11:00 TO 3:30
Walmart Fairview Store—DECEMBER 16 11:00 TO 3:30
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We work with seasoned authors, but provide additional directions and focus to newer authors who have a compelling story but may require some additional shepherding to plot a marketing course.
We share a dedication to high standards and a willingness to embrace authors of business, economics, and historical fiction. We currently are not accepting science fiction, horror, and political and religious awareness.
Our goal is to publish quality genre historical fiction and business related non-fiction under served in the market. We invite you to peruse the site and learn a little about the services we provide. We also invite you to call us or drop us a line at email@example.com.
Highlighted Author: Curtis D. CarneyHaving traveled broadly in Alaska and being an adventurer at heart, Curtis was driven to write about the opening of the new Alaskan frontier in his new book, Kincaid and the Furious White. Being a native of Idaho, Curtis has always been close to wild game, good fishing, and high mountains, but he was most intrigued by the Eskimo culture in his travels. His new book is not only riveting, but I think you will find it informative with a surprising twist.