Join the movement – Get REUTED in a good book.
I started REUTS to try to change the experience authors have whilst publishing their most prized possession, and have really spilled my heart and soul into making it the exact opposite of the experience I had publishing my debut novel, Morningside (Ashley Madau).
With Print-On-Demand services, books now have the same opportunities for recognition and distribution as they once only had with a traditional print run.
Through these services, we take advantage of both print and electronic distribution, and work hard with authors to get their novels in physical bookstores.
SOME THINGS OUR TEAM PROVIDES.
Multi-round editing made by multiple eyes.
Cover jacket design driven by author input.
Standard 5.5”x8.5” book size typesetting for print and digital formats.
Custom author website hosted on REUTS.com, with complete author access (ex. http://yourname.REUTS.com)
Basic digital PR kit, including: press release, high quality print files, promotional material, etc.
Assistance establishing an online fan base via social networks and blog tours.
An exciting experience from manuscript start to paperback finish.
http://blog.reuts.com/faqs-2/Where did you find the info about them taking unfinished manuscripts? I can't find it in their Submission Guidelines.
Sometimes anything that falls short of "this is the best thing since the flush toilet!" is seen as offensive. It's not ideal for company principals to be that sensitive as far as professionalism goes, but there are worse faults. I'd be in the watch and see brigade, myself.Oh I think they stopped following me too. I didn't think I'd said anything offensive. :-(
Just trying to figure out how they work.
Yes I personally think their website and their covers look very fine and I'm hopeful they will turn out to be something good. I couldn't put them on my market news blog because they haven't been around two years yet (I don't think?) And the bit about hybrid with self publishing is just very confusing. I was hoping they would come here and explain that part.Sometimes anything that falls short of "this is the best thing since the flush toilet!" is seen as offensive. It's not ideal for company principals to be that sensitive as far as professionalism goes, but there are worse faults. I'd be in the watch and see brigade, myself.