Looking for a Good Publisher for Cookbooks, Novels, Business, Etc.?

If you are looking for a publisher to publish your book (or help you publish and market your book), check out these new distribution clients of Ingram Publisher Services. Categories include: illustrated books, history, literature, sociology, indigenous studies, environmental studies, music and media, business books, romance, young adult novels, paranormal titles, cookbooks, creative home ideas, and women’s lifestyle.

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Books & Books Press, the publishing imprint of Books & Books bookstore (with stores in Coral Gables, Miami Beach, Bal Harbour Shops, the Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Florida, and a few affiliated stores). The Press works closely with authors to publish their books and provide a range of services (for a fee). It has also funded some of its own books, the most recent of which is Cortadito by Enrique Fernandez. Most of the titles are illustrated books.

Hoffman Media, Birmingham, Alabama, which specializes in women’s lifestyle books and magazines. Their magazines include Cooking with Paula Deen, The Cottage Journal, Entertain Decorate Celebrate, Louisiana Cookin’, Southern Lady, Taste of the South, Tea Time, and Victoria. The books they publish fit into the various categories of their magazines: food, tea, entertaining, cottages, home, design, and Southern regional titles.

Made for Success Publishing, Seattle, Washington, which publishes business books and audiobooks for professional speakers and business executives, including works from the late Zig Ziglar, John C. Maxwell and Chris Widener. Co-publishing plans cost from $4,500 to $80,000.

Waterhouse Press, North Conway, New Hampshire, a new publisher of romance, young adult, and paranormal novels.

Wilfrid Laurier University Press, Waterloo, Ontario, a university press that publishes books on history, literature, music, sociology, film and media, indigenous studies, environmental studies, and cultural criticism.


Bonus information:

19 Dedicated Cookbook Only Bookstoreshttp://www.eater.com/2015/9/9/9282631/in-praise-of-cookbook-bookstores

About John Kremer

John Kremer is author of 1001 Ways to Market Your Books, the Relationships Matter Marketing program, and many other books and reports on book marketing, Internet marketing, social media, and book publicity. -- .

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