Musa Monday: 5 Reasons Why Musa Publishing is Awesome!
Instead of promoting a specific book for this Musa Monday post, I’m going to promote something people don’t often promote – a publishing company! Mine to be specific. For any authors out there looking for a potential publisher or any readers looking for a great place to buy books, here are 5 reasons why Musa Publishing is a great place to be.
1. (For authors) – Musa is honest and transparent with all of their authors and editors about the behind-the-scenes publishing process, all the way from the contracts to the editing to the cover design to the way they pay you. Nothing is a mystery and there is no confusion on how exactly your royalties are figured. Whatever your question, they are always approachable and always available for you in a timely manner (most of the time, the same day).
2. (For authors) – Musa is a friendly, family-like community of authors, editors, and publishers. Through things like our author email group, facebook, twitter, and our blogs, we are constantly sharing book news, helpful information, writing tips, and just simply life as a writer. We also always help each other out by sharing and tweeting about each other’s books and posts, following each other’s blogs and liking facebook pages, commenting on each other’s blogs, or voting for each other. You are never on your own as a Musa author, through the good and through the bad.
3. (For authors) – Musa pays more in royalties for E-books than any other publisher I’ve seen. I think that pretty much speaks for itself. Lol!
4. (For readers) – Musa’s books are all very reasonable priced! I think the most I’ve seen is my book (because it’s longer than most), which is priced at $5.99.
5. (For readers) – Because Musa is very author-friendly, they attract good authors (whether new or seasoned). So, what’s the end result? Good books for you to read!
I hope this was informative and that you are now jealous if you are not already a Musa author. 🙂 If you’d like to read more about the vision behind Musa Publishing and why they are who they are, click on the image below to be taken to their About Us page.
~ by Dusty Crabtree - Author of Shadow Eyes on July 16, 2012.