Publishers come in all shapes and sizes. The good publishers have a heart for the book trade. They invest in new titles and new writers with attention, guidance, editing, design and publicity. Pearls of prose or poetry that do not seem to bring commercial success are nevertheless released if they are of particular value and financed thanks to commercially successful books. These are the publishers where every author likes to find a home. To write a book and publish, this is the best option for you now.
In principle, all books must provide a financial return, because otherwise, the publishing company cannot exist. But good publishers combine an eye for quality with an eye for returns. Unfortunately, a group of publishers has been added in recent years that have put their own returns first. Fortunately, you can recognize them. The following signals can sound an alarm bell:
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