Clik hHow to Submit Your Manuscript
If you have a manuscript you would like us to consider for publication and market, please fill out the following information and click the "Submit " button. (All fields are required in order for the form to be accepted.) You may email us a complete manuscript or three sample chapters.
Please do not submit manuscripts that contain any of the following: Overly obscene or explicit material, vulgarity, or inappropriate or graphic love scenes. Any material considered for publication that is found to be graphic by Intelligent Publishing will require a mandatory edit of the material and may result in a rejection of the material. Please remember that Intelligent Publishing does not publish graphic material.
If you choose to submit by postal mail or electronically, those manuscripts will not be returned and will be deleted or destroyed if not accepted for publication. Please retain at least one copy of your manuscript when submitting a hard copy or electronic version for our consideration and review.
If you are under the age of 18, you must have parental approval to submit your work, and you must have that permission stated on the first page of your manuscript along with the name and contact information of your guardian.
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What type of Genres Do We Accept
House and Home
Mystery and Crime
Here are 5 common myths surrounding self publishing books:
They won’t make money. Some people are content just making a coffee table book for their grandma. Not everyone is seeking to make a lot of money.
They lose credibility. Self-published authors are often just as credible as those that traditionally published. Some examples of self-published authors include Benjamin Franklin, Deepak Chopra, Jack Canfield, and John Grisham. Many traditionally published authors today, like bestselling political author Kevin Powell, and New York Times Notable author, Stephen Stark are making the switch to self-publishing because of the greater control they have over their works.
They can’t be a good writer. It is easy to say that someone who chooses self-publishing must not be a good writer and couldn’t get a traditional publishing contract. But the truth is that many have never even tried to go the route of traditional publishing. Only a small percentage of books are selected by traditional publishers each year, leaving many talented writers behind, holding their books. As pointed out above, plenty of good writers have self-published.
People don’t read self-published books. Over 2.5 million self-published titles were sold at Lulu.com in 2011 – many of which appeared on actual retail shelves at the same quality as a traditionally published book. If you ask 10 people who published the last couple of books they read, the vast majority would have no clue. The truth of the matter is, the reader usually doesn’t pay much attention to who published the book. They want to read an interesting book that is well written. Who published it is likely the last thing on their mind.