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Author testimonials

See what our authors have been saying, with links to their books on Amazon.

The Fate Engineers: Project Sophia by Christopher L. Swift "My experience with PublishNation has been excellent. As this was my first book, I had no knowledge whatsoever in how the publishing process worked. David made the entire project nothing short of seamless. I found the level of service better than I ever imagined, as nothing at all was too much trouble, any question or concern I had was always met with a friendly, timely and informative response. Any further books I write I will certainly be using them again."
Depressed: Help Me an A–Z guide  by Samantha Joule "My experience of self-publishing with PublishNation was smooth and stress-free from start to finish. My emails were answered rapidly by David, who was consistently helpful, professional and unflappable. I particularly recommend the critique and proof reading services - I was glad I used both. It is worth having a professional to look over your work, as you can miss things easily. I was impressed by the high level of attention to detail from the editor. Costs are very reasonable for the high quality of service and I am pleased with the outcome. Honestly, I can't fault the service all round.  I would use PublishNation again."
Ladbrokes On And Off The Rails by Jeffrey Smith "The expression keeping a dog and doing your own barking came to mind when I had finished writing 'Ladbrokes On And Off The Rails'. I knew nothing whatsoever about self-publishing, and very soon realised that it was a silly idea to even contemplate doing it myself. Google produced a list of many firms which could do what I thought I needed, and for no apparent reason PublishNation seemed to rise to the top of the list. Having contacted David Morrison, I decided that I would look no further. He and Gwen seemed the ideal people to take the book in its existing state and see it through to the end. And so it has turned out. Whichever criteria I set, whether it was experience, cost or results, or even the ability to pick and choose various modules, there was PublishNation at the top. Whatever I needed, they could do, and at a very reasonable charge. I have no hesitation in recommending their services to anyone who finds themselves in the same set of circumstances as I did. After all, writers should write and publishers should publish. Or, as we used to say at Ladbrokes, 'horses for courses'."
George The Wombat Thief by Shamsa Khan-Niazi "My publishing journey was punctuated with surprises, joy, and excitement. Gwen at PublishNation took on the full carriage of responsibility for my children's story book, George The Wombat Thief. From my first email to the final draft of the book, I was astonished to see how fast and professionally the book was assembled. The schematic design and attractive lay out of the book, the care and quality in ensuring the illustrations were assembled and captured in the vibrant and ambient light, to the overall quality of the book, and to painstakingly answering my emails, has left me in awe of Gwen's highly competent and professional service. Besides this wonderful service, Gwen has a lovely pleasant manner. She is sensitive to her customers, and assisted me at every step during the publishing journey. She kept me very well informed, and took care of my book as if it were her very own. I feel humbled and honoured to have received such fine professional care from Gwen. Towards the end, David came upon the scene and took full care and responsibility for marketing my book.  My book is receiving maximum coverage to a wide audience around the globe. I celebrate my good fortune in having my book, George The Wombat Thief, published by PublishNation. To those authors considering their choices, PublishNation is a MUST.   Thank you PublishNation. Forever grateful."
Shamsa Khan-Niazi George The Wombat Thief
The heydays for the Independent Probation Officer in England and Wales. 1950’s – 1970’s by Geoff Kenure "I wanted to produce a snapshot of the philosophy and practice of a Probation Officer in the 1960’s amplified by anecdotes and personal experiences. It is a very narrow area of interest and I had no idea how to get the work published and I recognised that it is unlikely to be a big seller. I was terrified when a friend spent several thousands in self-publishing a book and would have given up had I not stumbled across PublishNation on the internet. I found the process very easy and after the first telephone call everything else was managed by email. However, the jewel in the crown was the final email which, apart from the invoice for services which I happily paid, included an extremely helpful explanation of all I had to do as a publisher with links to accounts created for me by PublishNation. I would never have managed without this. Highly recommended."

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