What Is Self-Publishing?
Self-publishing is one of the fastest growing segments of the publishing industry; authors find it attractive for many reasons. Unlike using traditional publishing companies, self-publishing allows the author to be in control of the entire creative and selling process.
As a self-published author, you pay the full cost of producing your work and are responsible for marketing and distribution. Therefore, the finished copies, the copyright, all subsidiary rights, and all money received from book sales are exclusively yours.
First-time authors may find it difficult to be accepted by a traditional publishing house because of the unpredictable sales of a newcomer's book. You can test your book's sales potential by self-publishing a small quantity with a short-run book printer like Morris Publishing®. We provide a full line of services to produce an attractive, professional book, and our many years of experience show the best salesperson for a book is the author.
Profit is not always the primary objective of publishing a book. Your book may be designed to explore your own interests or to fill specific needs of an organization, a business, or your family. Traditional publishing companies prefer books that will interest the mass market and will usually not accept a work intended for a small audience. Morris Publishing® can print quantities of 100 – 5,000 copies very economically so you can publish a book that meets your objectives.
We publish many kinds of books for authors, organizations, and businesses all across the USA.