The End of Dreams was my first experience with Purple Porcupine Publishing, and it has been rewarding in every aspect. There is great care and caution here for your words, their meaning, and their ability to make you a better storyteller.
Some publishers put your book out there in the market and that’s it; you’re on your own. Never have I had such follow-up after publication. Purple Porcupine produced an audiobook for Audible, arranged interviews, sought reviews, entered my book in awards competitions: one of which we won!
Small and mighty. Purple Porcupine Publishing is a first-rate publisher.
Nova Scotia author
When I wrote the follow-up to my first book, Memoirs of a Lightkeeper’s Son, I had difficulty finding a publisher to take it to market for me. Countless hours were spent writing the book, and I wanted to see my hard work pay off.
That’s when Vanda suggested self-publishing the book. Vanda grew up in my hometown, so I knew I could trust her to help me do just that. Her company, Purple Porcupine Publishing, helped me self-publish In the Shadow of St. Paul Island.
I was thrilled with the quality of the book. The editing, formatting, and cover design were top-notch. And the best part of self-publishing is that I get 100% of the royalties from book.
If you have written a book and aren’t sure how to get it in the hands of readers, I highly recommend Purple Porcupine Publishing.
Cape Breton author
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Author M.E. Strautmanis will reveal the storyline, and her inspiration for the book and answer your questions.
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