Sunbury Press, a publisher of eBooks and trade paperbacks, has announced lower prices for its fiction eBooks by lesser-known authors. The move greatly lowers the consumer’s risk in trying many of the new authors signed by the rapidly-growing house and provides an option, at the same price, to most self-published works flooding the market.
“With a Sunbury product”, said publisher Lawrence Knorr, “you can be confident you are downloading well-written, properly-edited, high-quality entertainment for your money, unlike many self-published works.”
Sunbury offers the authors it selects many of the features of a traditional publisher, without charging them, like the vanity presses and author service bureaus.
“We offer a win-win proposition for the author who enjoys writing, but does not want to or cannot handle the rest of the effort to bring a finished, polished product to market,” added Knorr.
Authors selected for the new program include:
Thomas Malafarina, author of numerous horror books including ’99 Souls’, ’13 Nasty Endings’, ‘Burn Phone’ and ‘Eye Contact’.
Patrick J. F. Quere, author of ‘Grognard’.
Mike Breslin, author of ‘Robbing the Pillars’.
Joseph Tarone, author of ‘Some Stones Shine.’
Missi McLaren, author of ‘Chronicles of the Amazing Broken Girl’.
Duane Feagley, author of ‘Black Emeralds’.
J Cedric Watkins, author of ‘Miranda’.
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