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list of English language book publishers.
More than 700 book publishers
These are our current list of publishing houses. Most of these publishing houses accept entries. It is a list of over 700 publishing houses. Further publishing houses with detailled lists can be found here: click here. We' re in the process of refreshing these lists and writing brief responses for each of them.
Do you have a question about publishing or posting, please write it in the following commentaries. It is not only a list of 700 book publishing houses, it is a database representing 15 years of work. There is a list in which publishing houses and editorial staff can inform us about their works and companies.
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Choice of publisher name
When you want to start a business to publicize your work, you'll probably want to give it a different name. While you can use your own name as a publishers, I would suggest that you do so because it does not convey a professionally designed publicity. But if you only want to release one volume at a time, it might be the right way.
Indeed, according to what you want to publicize and how you plan to do it, setting up a business may be superfluous. There are times when a firm like Lulu is the right choice. Like I said in my self-publishing in Canada Mail, there is no "one size fit all" response to self-publishing issues.
You must choose whether to post under a company name or your own name, or whether you want to overlook self-publication and use a grant company like Lulu (note that you can post under your own company name with Lulu through the You Packaged Self-Publisher, or whether you can simply authorize Lulu as a grant publisher).
Creative Minds Press's Jacqueline Simonds has posted an award-winning self-publication FAQ. It is a good starting point if you deal with the topic of self-publication, but don't know much about it. The FAQ "What Should I Name My Company", for example, does not tell you what to do to decrease the likelihood of getting a name that someone else is already using.
Of course, if you have chosen to use a company name, you must use one. That can be more complicated than it seems, as there are already thousands of publishers. They also want a name for which the.com TLD is available.
This is not a prerequisite, but in this time you will definitely want a website and it is best to have a website that fits your name. As I went to the house to open a corporate banking profile, the accountmanager was amazed when I provided an @mycompany.com e-mail adress.
Prior to getting started, About.com has a great site about setting up a small business in Canada. I will concentrate on self-publishing in my self-publishing mail. In this article, for example, I will tell you how you can verify whether there is already a publisher with a certain name. There are other reasons for not using a trademark when selecting a name.
General information on the choice of a corporate name can be found at About.com: Below is how to select a name. Okay, so you want to come up with a name for your publisher. Have a seat and make a list of possible name. You can mirror the type of book you want to release something useful for you or your cat's favorite toy.
As soon as you have a list, run through the name. When you find she's already taken, strike her off the list. Then, go to for each name left on your list. If one of your suggestions is "ZZZ Books", for example, go to www.zzzbooks.com. When you end up on an online site, delete it from your list.
Lastly, for the name that is still in the current, look for the top level domains at a top level registration to be sure that they will not be taken. There are more big-name bites. Subscribe to a free newsletter to browse the publishers' catalog. Look for the rest of your list.
When you find a name, wipe it off. Unfortunately, each state has its own list and it's a true sorrow when you can see through them all. Now, with your brief list ready, you must go to your home directory to look up the titles in your printbook.
We' ll discuss them later. It is enough to say that Buchs-in-Print has a complete list of publishing houses. As not all publishing houses have a website or are on the literature marketplace, this is an important one. When you find a name on your list in Buchs-in-Print, check it.
You better have some remaining name! Such as if you wanted ZZZ but it is in use, try ZZZ press, ZZZ publishing house, ZZZ media, etc.. I' ve seen in some self-publication textbooks that the use of the term "Enterprises" identifies you as an anamateur. and I' m obviously too naïve to find out for myself.
Compile a list of possible nicknames. Well, if so, delete it from the list. Verify that the.com domainname is available for each name. Do not, then delete it from your list. When it is important to you to get the.ca domainname and it is not available, tick the name from your list.
Visit the literature marketplace and look for your name in the publishers list. When you find one, delete it from your list. Visit your neighbourhood libraries and make sure to look up your name in the print section. When you find one, delete it from your list. When you have no longer any name, go back to number 1 and think of a new upside.
There is another test you need to do before you get upset, but you will want to do it the same date you sign up your business name with your county or state. Registration of your name. When you have enough cash to buy and you have one or two favorites left on your list, you should buy the domains immediately.