Insomnia Publishing

Publisher info

Insomnia Publishing was born out of a conversation between two friends in college. In 2007 E. Prybylski and R. Belanger attended college at Southern New Hampshire University. Belanger, a business major, was discussing how wonderful it would be to be able to take all his creative friends and somehow make a business with them. Prybylski, a history major, agreed it would be fun.

Several years, and much industry experience later, Prybylski contacted Belanger and they reminisced about their old dream. Out of that conversation Insomnia Publishing began to take form.

Understanding the direction the publishing industry has been going as of late, Insomnia decided to distance itself from the traditional publishing model in some ways. Authors will be acting as partners during the publishing process. While the publisher, being that they are investing in the author, retains control over the process we want the author to be involved in what is going on. This means regular updates, personal attention, and having the opportunity to provide input on things like cover design and layout.

Smashwords Interview

Where did your name come from?
One of the members of the team, when the company was in early idea process, was up far too late and had far too much caffeine. She got into a conversation with her husband about what books are for her and what they mean. She commented that she's always read in order to fall asleep... on the other hand, there is the issue of "just one more chapter!" when you're reading something too good to put down. The name was born out of that discussion and just seemed to be a natural description about what books are to us: good company.
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
Writers, books, and publishing! Insomnia's staff are dedicated writers, themselves, so when they aren't working hard on the newest manuscript in our line they are probably found somewhere with a good book and a hot cuppa.
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Books

Cocytus: Planet of the Damned
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 94,320. Language: English. Published: February 15, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure, Fiction » Literature » Literary
Kidnapped and taken to a harsh, alien landscape, Dante Carloman and Tina Phokas must do whatever it takes to survive and escape their captors, including making friends with men and women from all over the world who have all been held captive, an artificial intelligence of questionable origin, and clones designed to emulate and destroy the human race.

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