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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The Bene Lumen Chronicles: Samhain School Of Ancient Knowledge
10 years after the death of his wife Siobhan, Brian CuCullen and his two sons, Kieran and Liam, are drawn back into the mysterious world of the Bene Lumen. Brian must resume his role as Tiarnan, a warrior for the light, while his two sons must go on to attend the mist isle-school Samhain. All the children who attend this school represent generations of Bene Lumen being trained as charmers, conjur
Five Corners: The Marked Ones
Growing up in a sleepy village untouched by distant wars and political conflicts, it was easy for Thia, Mina and Kiara to forget such horrors existed in the Five Corners. That is until the dead child is found; a child that bears the same strange birthmark that all three sisters possess. A Mark their mother had always told them was unique to the girls.
Susan Cook, a residential real estate agent, has no
reason to believe that her customer, Charles Holiday,
is anything but an ordinary buyer. Charles is neither
ordinary nor a buyer. When Charles’ past catches up
with him, Susan is thrown into a life-changing adventure.
The Ghosts of Aquinnah
A brilliant flash of light transcends through time.
Another freezes a cloaked figure within a frame of salty mist as waves crash against a rocky shore. Her harrowing expression shadows the beacon to a pinprick.
By the next blaze, she is gone. Only the lighthouse remains.
The boys in Pilot’s Coliseum have been killing each other for the better part of two years. Nuclear apocalypse destroyed everything, so now it’s the only way to get by. Pilot has the resources. He has the food, the water, the protection. He has the city, eating out of the palm of his hand. He has the way.
And his boys--Pilot’s boys, Pilot’s handcrafted monsters--have the will.
Young Billy Scarlet never knew what her life was about. She was the bastard child of a governor’s daughter and a pirate, but all through her childhood she felt that there was something more to who she was. Having been raised in an orphanage, by a stern head mistress and an old sailor toughen her up well enough, but it never prepared her for the adventure that awaited her.
Adventures of a Space Bum
When Starwort Bacchus finds herself running from her landlord, skipping out on the rent, she jumps aboard an automatic repair vessel and hitches a ride to the next port. But the search for her father's legacy, the inheritance her uncle nearly decimated, takes her to planets where friends and enemies are hard to identify, and her best ally is a computer. With a pocket full of “Universals” and a cer
The Funeral Portrait
What if you wanted to die but were unable to? Such is the case with Guy Edwards and Tallulah Leigh, who want to end their miserable lives for different reasons. The only problem is, she’s been stricken with an unexplained (and unwelcome) case of immortality while he lacks that final, sorrowful piece of inspiration he needs to effectively do himself in.
Celestina Silvenfare: The Legend Begins
Celestina Silvenfare is a spirited, adventurous, magically gifted young woman who bears the responsibility of becoming either the prophesied savior or ultimate destroyer of her world. Much is being asked of her, but much power will be given to her, provided she can be patient, listen to her mentors, and not rush her training.
America in the year 2030: Storefront businesses serve donors who sell episodes from their memories to anyone willing to pay for them. Memplanting began as a tool for psychotherapy, but inevitably became devoted to the buying and selling of sex memories (sexmems).
The Silence takes place in a small town outside the City of Angeles during the end of the world. Sam shares his personal to survive. They struggle to survive not only physically, but emotionally as well.
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