Thanksgiving is right upon us. It’s a great time to see loved ones, reflect on what we are thankful for from this last year and eat delicious food!!   Here at Amberjack, we are thankful for our great authors who share their creative stories with the world, and our readers, who keep the love of […]
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  You’ve done it. You’ve finally published your book—either through self-publishing or an established publishing house. You might find yourself now waiting—arms outstretched, palms up—for the money to start pouring in. As much as I hate to be the bringer of bad news, I’m here to tell you that it’s usually not that simple, and […]
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Much of my experience with scientific editing is tedious and relatively uninteresting. Don’t get me wrong, I still benefit from and enjoy it. Among other things, it’s a constant reminder of the importance of brevity in writing of any kind, and provides me with ongoing exercise in this regard. In addition, every now and again, an article really sparks my interest.
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What types of things do you look for when you’re deciding whether or not to publish a book? I get asked this question a lot, both in and out of the office. And while every publisher is different, at Amberjack Publishing we look for some very specific attributes when we review a manuscript to decide whether or not it is a good fit for us. These five things apply to all the types of books that we publish, including illustrated children’s, early reader and middle grade, young adult, creative nonfiction, new adult and adult fiction, and literary fiction.
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