Ink Smith Publishing
Ink Smith Publishing is a small independent publishing house with big dreams. Our authors and editors work closely together to develop their books, marketing plans, and sales. We tiptoed through our first year, 2012, with only two books published. Now half way through 2013, we plan on releasing a total of nine books. Looking forward, Ink Smith is planning on publishing twenty-four new titles in the year of 2014. Our books have sold internationally in other countries including Canada and the UK.
We work openly with our authors and connect on all social mediums including email, Facebook and texts. It may not be the traditional form of communication that other publishers use, but it allows our authors to get those eager questions answered as soon as possible. Further providing the dedication to our authors that we try our hardest to bring. We are a paying publisher offering a starting rate of 13% royalties for print books and 18% for ebooks.
Originally, we wanted to focus our efforts specifically on three genres. However, as we grew we realized we wanted to publish interesting stories readers would enjoy. Scream If You Wanna Go Faster was our second book we signed. We decided to publish it not because it was just well written, but because we knew people wanted to read a great story with memorable characters and an exciting journey. In simple, it’s not about the genre or perfect writing here at Ink Smith, but the warm feeling you get as you finish reading a great book.
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Daemon Theory: Brotherhood
by J. Alton Mast
Hesan and the Black Order have to the ring city of Naremas in the wake of the Fenris disaster, and hoping to reestablish their capital city. While Alecko, Maye, and the surviving members of Rota remain trapped within the ruined city by the hand of Alecko’s venomous sister, the mad zealot known as Atlas.
by V.J.O. Gardner
As Eamon lay dying he made his dragon Haskell swear to watch over and guide his son Bryant. After Eamon’s death Haskell needs Bryant’s companionship as much as Bryant needs his, but Bryant needs more than a dragon’s company.
by J. Alton Mast
The First Impact. The day everything changed. The day humanity fell. Earth has been left in a state of disaster nearly five-hundred years after the rapture. And for more than five-hundred years, humanity has been forced to rebuild, atoning for their mistakes as a society and seeking aid from the only beings that would listen to their cries.
Return of the Star Ancestors, Volume One
by Margaret Treis
What if we had friends in very high places? What if we’ve always had them?
Eons ago, starfaring Osirians genetically seeded a mammal on this planet. Later, they created great civilizations among the humans who evolved from it. One was Atlantis.
The Hunter, Grayleer
by Alex Billedeaux
There are twisted creatures, hiding in the darkness. In the deep woods, the abandoned barn, the back alley, the empty apartment next door. Some control minds or weather, others dabble with lost souls and possession. They have preyed on the unwary for centuries and are only satiated by the next victim they take.
Brendan of Kilrush
by Ink Smith Publishing
Published: July 30, 2014.
The year is 812 A.D. Vikings have invaded Ireland, burned and pillaged the village of Kilrush. Among their booty is Kaileen, a pretty 16-year-old colleen. Can Brendan, a lame teenage shepard boy, save her?
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