Interview with Glory and Grace Publishing GloryandGracePublishing@yahoo.com

How do you discover the ebooks you publish?
Authors submit their ebook ideas to us and we go over those ideas to make sure they share the values and support the goals of Glory and Grace Publishing.
We only publish ebooks with a strong Christian message.
How do you approach cover design?
Cover design is a little tricky because everyone judges a book by the cover. We try to make the book as appealing to readers as we can. We believe the stories we publish are amazing and we try to convey that with the covers we produce.
What book marketing techniques have been most effective for you?
Word of mouth, there are millions of books out there, it's hard to be found in the shuffle so we find that word of mouth is the best way to market the books we publish.
If you really like a book, you will tell your friends about it and that's what it's all about.
Describe your desk
Two computers, printers and several stacks of manuscripts and story ideas to go through.
How can a new author get published through your publishing house?
Glory and Grace Publishing does not accept full manuscripts, we will accept a query, giving us the basic idea of their book.
Please visit GloryandGracePublishing.com for more information.
How has Smashwords contributed to your success?
Smashwords has been amazing! It is so easy to get our authors works available to the major ebook markets. The dashboard is a great way to see how our authors works are doing at any given moment. They have saved us a large amount of time and hassle by doing the biggest part of the distribution for us.
Thank you Smashwords!
What do your fans mean to you?
Our fans are very much appreciated. With the fan base, we have more people helping to spread the message of The Gospel of Jesus with the world.
Who are your favorite authors?
Our favorite authors are our authors, of course!
What are you working on next?
Always looking for the next great book and author.
Published 2014-04-05.
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