What does it cost to self-publish?

The Sunao Publishing services are not free. And if you choose not to use our services, that’s fine; you don’t need to. But self-publishing yourself still isn’t free.

Should you decide to go it alone (as I did the first time), you need to be aware of some of the individual costs in order to accomplish your goal. It’s not that hard really, but you can’t skip any steps… really. Not if you want your book to sell.

This is an article from Reedsy, the all-knowing, all-helpful site for indie authors: click here

Advertisements

New York Fried reviewed in Publisher’s Weekly

The following review was published in the June 2019 edition of the publishing world’s Bible: Publishers Weekly:

New York Fried

Robert J. Morrow. Sunao International, $15.99 trade paper (474p) ISBN 978-1-540363-23-7

A terrifyingly plausible premise elevates Morrow’s debut and series launch. A new technology, Broadband over Power Lines (BPL), promises to make cable and phone lines redundant by providing internet access at low cost to anyone with electricity. Unbeknownst to President Daniel Emerson, who wants to use BPL to send instant notifications during an emergency, Senator Andre Blais, whose Congressional committee has oversight over BPL, is in bed with the North Koreans, who are plotting to invade the U.S. The North Koreans plan to get access to the BPL system in order to send a destruct signal into America’s power grids. Blais believes that such an attack would “become the catalyst for him to put in place the safeguards necessary” to protect the country. Meanwhile, restauranteur Arthur “Artichoke” Hart, whose restaurant is “one of the CIA’s best equipped offsite meeting places,” is tapped to cater a demonstration of BPL to an international delegation in upstate New York, where, despite his lack of special skills, he ends up playing a key role in trying to foil the diabolical plot. Morrow keeps the action moving, and Hart is an entertaining lead well-positioned to sustain a series. Readers will look forward to his next outing. (BookLife)


Christine Ibbotson getting books into the market one store at a time.

Author Christine Ibbotson has been working the phones hard to get individual and small chain book stores to carry her “How to Retire Debt Free and Wealthy!”. It’s hard and time consuming but ultimately, the book is crawling its way across the province.

Congrats to our auther, Christine Ibbotson!

Publisher to speak in Brantford March 1st

Publisher, Robert J. Morrow has been invited to speak at the Grace Gallery in Brantford onFriday, March 1/19. Starting at 5:30, there will be refreshments served.

Mr. Morrow will be speaking about life as a corporate writer, novelist, and best selling thriller author.

Grace Gallery is located at 29 Nelson Street, Brantford Ontario, Canada N3T 2M7 Brantford, Ontario N3T2M7Get Directions

Highlights info row image

(519) 900-3508

Feel free to drop by and say hello. Support local authors and art galleries.

Financial Advisor publishes book on retiring debt free and wealthy

Announcing the successful launch of Christine Ibbotson’s debut book!

Christine Ibbotson has been providing financial advice to clients for over 20 years and is a licensed financial advisor, residential and commercial mortgage broker, life insurance agent and finance coach.

Christine reveals the secrets, tricks, and techniques of how everyday working-class people can change their financial future to retire debt free and wealthy.

This Sunao publication hit the market at #20 on Amazon, with no promotion whatsoever, making it an instant bestseller! To order, click here.  Official release and launch will take place in the spring of 2019, along with an ebook version.