Three Levels of Editing
Photography and Illustration
Book Interior Design
Book Cover Design
ISBN and LCCN
Formatting and Prep for Print
Your Voice. Your Story. Your Book.
You’ve written the manuscript, revised and revised again, and now you’re thinking seriously about publishing. So how do you get from raw manuscript to a book in print or online?
Assistance Makes Publishing Easy for Indie Authors
You have more options today than ever before for “self-publishing.” But you may not be able to or want to do everything yourself. With author-assisted publishing, you choose the services you need, and we work together to make your book a reality.
Author's Voice Can Assist You
To tell your story, realize your dream of being a published author, and leave a legacy you can be proud to own.
Ah, but You Have Questions?
That’s good! We always have time for your questions and strive to provide you answers. Where to Start? Right here is a good place to start because it’s easy to choose the services you need to put your manuscript on the path to becoming a printed book or digital eBook. Click on the buttons at the left to see what AVP can offer you.
Get to Know Us
Presentation: “Your Publishing Options”
If you live in Kansas, Missouri, Indiana, Maryland, or Virginia, your writer’s group can receive a free presentation in person about the various options currently available for getting your book into print or available online. Jan would be happy to meet you, share her knowledge, and hear your story as well.
Could be added to this trip for a small fee. To arrange a presentation, call: 620-245-0009 or 410-259-0299 or Email: email@example.com
Free Initial Consultation
You can get a free initial consultation in person in Kansas. Let’s talk about your goals and dreams over a cup of coffee—our treat—with no obligation. Contact Jan Hurst by filling out our contact form, here, calling: 620-245-0009 or 410-259-0299 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Quote of the Month
“Find a subject you care about and which you in your heart feel others should care about. It is this genuine caring, not your games with language, which will be the most compelling and seductive element in your style.”