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New Generation Publishing business increases 100% in 2013

12 November 2013

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New Generation Publishing is delighted to announce that its business has over doubled in 2013, with two months of the year remaining, and the number of new titles published each month has increased by over 150%, with over 1,000 titles now published by the company.

In addition, New Generation Publishing has opened a new office, with staff based in its central London office and also now in its new office in Olney in Buckinghamshire.

Fresh from hosting the successful Self-Publishing Summit at King’s College London on 9th November, New Generation Publishing is seeing business booming for a number of reasons:

  • Competitively priced books for self-published authors;
  • Agreements with sales reps and bookshops to represent and promote key titles;
  • As part of the Legend Times group of companies, access to high standard of designers, typesetters, editors and proof-readers;
  • Availability in wide range of formats and key distribution relationships for print and digital books;
  • A personal service – ongoing free help and advice, including being available in person, on the end of the phone or by email to support its authors.
  • Record royalty payments for book & e-Book sales

 With the recent boom in self-publishing business, New Generation Publishing constantly looks to innovate to stay at the forefront of the market and has predicted that business is set to double again in 2014.

 Daniel Cooke, Managing Director of New Generation Publishing, commented: “Our authors are looking to develop a long-term relationship without constantly being hassled into buying worthless marketing services unlike with many companies within this industry. We want to offer a free support service in order to help our authors sell more books“

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