A Bibliophile’s Workshop was borne out of boundless energy and enthusiasm, which was increasingly feeling less utilized in my life, as my rather fruitless search for a job in the publishing industry continued. I started noticing a startling phenomenon emerging among self-published writers that I knew, who were facing the same type of predicament of having trouble getting the book they slaved away on for years on top of years, getting noticed by any publishing agents.
Both prospective authors and those seeking work in the publishing world are really face the same disillusioning challenge to get noticed by professionals in an industry that also has its own share of problems. While the recent recession certainly is a big contributing factor in the subtle decline of traditional publishing. A bigger factor, further compounding the various economic problems traditional publishers face, is how to adapt to the technologically altered shape of the publishing industry, with the advent of E-Reader devices and the subsequent creation of self-publishing platforms.
Self-publishing platforms have been a miraculous, empowering wonder for these many struggling writers, invigorating them with the confidence necessary to market their works on their own self-designed marketing platform of sorts. With more authors turning to self publishing and more entrepreneurial avenues for these many writers, many of these writers still require the expertise of publicists, editors, marketers, and other publishing specialists to really facilitate the technical side of both publishing a book, and adeptly marketing that book to the extent where it becomes less of an unknown entity and something that is readily recognizable by either a niche fan-base of fans or a wider market.
That is where A Bibliophile’s Workshop– my own self-created publicity and editorial service-comes in. My services are here to help you forge your writing dreams, and publish a book that can easily become more easily spread all over the internet. I have years upon years of experience with working with social media channels to really promote my own viable book blog, cleverly titled A Bibliophile’s Reverie.
Combining nearly five years worth of blogging, with three years spent serving as a freelance writer, two years being a writing tutor at the university I attended, and four months serving as a marketing intern at a highly creative, indie publishing house (Quirk Books, to be exact), you have someone that may ostensibly appear under-qualified for this type of work, but beneath that surface of wrongly perceived inexpert skills, lies a wide array of different work experiences that have effectively furnished me with the technical skills and well-furbished editorial eye to effectively make your literary reveries, your self-published novel in works, a brimming reality.
So, if you are interested in checking out the more pedantic summary of how to inquire after these services, the costs involved with these services, and the turn-around time, please click this hyper-linked text to be taken to the area of this rather amateurishly constructed WordPress page, called Cost and other Pertinent information about Bibliophile Workshop’s Publicity and Editorial Services