"Publishing for Generations To Come"

Services offered for all

publishing contracts

 

 

Publishing with Horizon Publishing Group under any type of publishing contracts includes the following:

 

  1. Assessment: this is a critical appraisal, which will result in the preparation of an “Assessment Report” that will be sent to you.

  2. Editing (copy and structural editing if required).

  3. Proofreading.

  4. Cover design (front, back & spine).

  5. ISBN.

  6. CiP.

  7. Barcode.

  8. Title insertion into “Global Books in Print” which makes a title available for order worldwide.

  9. Typesetting for print version.

  10. Printing & binding.

  11. Legal deposits as required by Australian laws.

  12. Five free copies to the author (excluding shipping).

  13. Registration for distribution.

  14. Distribution in Australia and New Zealand.

  15. Worldwide distribution to at least 39,000 bookstores and libraries.

  16. Typesetting for different electronic platforms versions.

  17. Electronic publishing: Worldwide eBook distribution to different outlets including:

    • Amazon Kindle (United States)

    • Apple® (United StatesBaker & Taylor (United States)

    • Barnes & Noble Nook (United States)

    • BitLit (Canada)

    • Bookmate (United States, Russia, and United Kingdom)

    • Chegg (United States)

    • CoreSource Fulfillment (Global)

    • FlipKart (India)

    • Gardners (United Kingdom)

    • Glose (United States)

    • Inktera (United States)

    • Kobo (Canada)

    • Oyster Books (United States)

    • PaperC (Germany)

    • RedShelf (United States)

    • Rethink Books/Bookshout! (United States)

    • Rockstand (India)

    • Sainsbury’s (United Kingdom)

    • Scribd (United States)

    • Txtr (Germany)

    • VitalSource (United States)

    • Wook (Portugal)

    • Zola Books (United States)

    • 24 Symbols (Spain and United States)

 

Important Note:

  1. It should be noted here that the only difference between the four types of publishing Horizon Publishing Group offers is the percentage of royalties the author will have the right to receive, which varies from 14% to 50% of the net income from the sale of a specific title. 

  2. It should also be noted that HPG does not allow an immediate release of the electronic version of a title in order to allow sufficient time for the printed version to be distributed and sold.

  3. Horizon Publishing Group used to hold "Book launches", however, this is not included in any publishing contract and they are held at HPG's discretion. 

 

 

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