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New York Publishing Services (YPS)
York Publishing Services I came across in the'Writers & Artists Yearbook 2009', which I got my hands on in January. Irrespective of how much research you do in this store, every day, you'll always discover something or someone you've never seen before. One of the most mature in the UK, YPS has been in the printing and publishing industries for over 30 years.
From book artwork creation, editorial, fulfillment, storage and publishing, YPS offers everything from large publishers to single-title author. I' ve spoken a great deal about lighting sources on this site, and in many ways YPS are a smaller copy of this type of publishing services.
This quotation is taken from the YPS publication guideline for self-publication writers. Reader of this website will know that a big thumb is always going up to the company in advance about what they are doing. It is critical that the reports that this company has in its repertory give them no grounds to give themselves up to writers who want to release themselves for financial profit alone.
I have paid particular heed to British and Irish publishing service providers and I have to say that the self-publishing writer markets on this side of the ocean look much more invigorating and open, much more than I had anticipated. For YPS, what exactly do they provide the writer are looking for to post themselves?
They are the editor and are named as the editor and writer on the copyrights page of your work. You' ll be signed up as a publishing house with the ISBN and all the prints will be yours. The number of desired titles will be published and calculated.
We' ll let you know how many prints we think you should make. Most of the time we will suggest to the writers that they should publish fewer than they had in mind. Here are some examples. As you can already see, this company does not use the standard'POD Publisher' style. It is the old long-established printing company that provides both off-set and digitally printed books and has evolved as a company into further packing, fulfillment and delivery service providers.
Again, open and open information about their service from their downloaded guidebook. The difference from the default POD Publisher I have checked so far is that they carry out all regular online availabilities, but they are already in place and equipped to negotiate directly with wholesale distributors and the UK booksellers.
This is a company that is tailored to their needs and opens opportunities for self-publishers, usually not provided by POD editors. Indeed, an writer has the option to charge for a partially or fully customized services. I' ve decided to check YPS now, given the 10 or so POD revisions I've already done on this page, to show that this is the next stage in the'self-publishing model' beyond the default POD publisher I've tested so far.
YPS has a great deal to provide for the UK-based self-publishing writer. The choice of the best way for the writer to use the site depends on them, but it is an open site and they will not find themselves as selling sites they do not need. Here too, the YPS is solid; its work is not only to direct authoring to its website, nor is it its income.
We have a printing company that is growing and closing the gulf between the modest printers and the publishing house Hauptstream. When a writer wants to produce a book run, the first palette is free and then £8 per palette. Indeed, YPS says that your first 1000 ledgers can be stored freely if they can be mounted on a central palette.
It may sound costly, but if you can get these first 1000 copies sold, then you can pay 8 per months afterwards on the basis of your profit. Can' t enjoy a supplier like YPS just because it is related to the needs of the writers. Provided by looking at their publishing guides their valuations; one writer looks at £1500+ to £3000.
Lots of cash, but for whatever YPS claims, they are offering a serious set of services to an writer, they are a pro organization that provides all the essential needs for publishing a work, and far more than most POD publishing houses, as their bussiness models and achievements are not hindered by the'POD/Vanity' tag.
Aunt Maple and her cookbook are not for York Publishing Services. It' is needed for serious writers who have where-with-all and buisness sense to commercialize and make their accounts a hit and YPS has the businesses publishing style to make these ports available. For the experienced self-publisher who knows the deal and can fully exploit what this company has to contribute, YPS sets itself apart from many others.
You are aware of what you are giving to an writer, a small publishing house and those who have a publishing house in the US and are looking for a more straightforward way to bring your book to the UK and Europe.