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Author submission guidelines

Iíve written or Iím writing a book and Iím looking for a publisher.

We are looking for well-written works of non-fiction on metaphysics, spirituality, the nature of consciousness, life after death, alternative healing and science that is not necessarily in the mainstream.

We are also interested in works on vegetarianism, veganism, animal rights and pacifism. We are more interested in the subject than a bookís commercial viability, so it doesnít have to be a blockbuster Ė but we donít mind if you think you have one.

Sometimes we reissue books that are out-of-print if we like them.

We try to avoid fiction but sometimes, after a bit of arm-twisting, we have been known to publish the occasional novel.

We are not a vanity publisher and we donít charge our authors, but neither do we have deep pockets, so advances are not usually paid. But we do pay our authors royalties of up to 50% of net income and we account quarterly.

We do help with PR, but these days the more active and internet friendly an author is, the better. We donít insist our authors have thousands of Facebook friends and Twitter on the hour, but in an era where potential readers are bombarded with information, the closer we are to your potential readers, the more likely we are to sell your book. We can arrange author interviews and reviews, but if you need a large advertising budget, this is probably not the place for you.

If you think we might be interested in your book and you are interested in working with us, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and send a couple of paragraphs about you and your book. If we are interested we will get back to you as soon as we can.

Thank you.

 
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Private Dowding: The Wilderness by Wellesley Tudor Pole Ė On Monday, 12th March 1917, I was walking by the sea when I felt the presence of someone. I looked round, no one was in sight. All that day I felt as if someone were following me, trying to reach my thoughts. Suddenly I said to myself, 'Itís a soldier. He has been killed in battle and wants to communicate.' Read here
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