Hi everyone! Hope you all had a wonderful weekend. In the past week, I have done a huge transformation with my writing career as I have made the decision of throwing my name in the publishing ring.
Now I have my own publishing company. 🙂
This decision wasn’t done overnight. I have been thinking about doing this for quite some time. I was even thinking about it when I signed under another company after I left the first company I was signed with. For me, this is a source of independence that I needed to branch myself into and do something that I know I can be in the future, and that is be a successful business woman.
When I first started in the writing industry, I was an independent author. I released ten books on my own before signing with a publisher; therefore, if I was able to do that, then I know I can run a publishing company. I know it will take a lot of hard work, time, and patience, but I’m determined to make this successful, and I know it can be.
So, without further ado, here is the logo for my new company, SBinkley Publishing:
And here is the first book that will be published under SBinkley Publishing:
This is the standalone that I was going to release with my previous publisher (and was also in the Valentine’s anthology), but I decided to publish it myself. It will be released sometime in June. I will keep you all posted on whether I place the book on pre-order or if I do or if the release date is sooner.
I do have an author that will be releasing her book soon as well. Keep a look out for Alithea-Jae Smith. She was one of the featured authors from the 30 Days, 30 Authors event. Her story, Love On The Track, will be available sometime this summer.
Last, but not least, if you are an inspiring or experienced author and is looking for a publishing home, then my company is the place to come. Here is the submission information:
Looking for a publishing home to release your latest project?
Whether you are an inspiring writer or a seasoned author, SBinkley Publishing would love to have you on board!
We are currently accepting submissions in the following genres:
* Women’s Fiction
* Young Adult
* New Adult
* Street Lit
* Urban Life
Please submit your synopsis along with the first three chapters of your story to email@example.com.
This is a dream of mines that I know will bring nothing by good things. I can see it. I really hope that I am able to have the same success as others in the industry. Only time will tell.
As always, thank you so much to everyone who has stood by me as an author for almost three years. I really hope you continue with me as I take on a brand new journey that I know will sure to be an amazing one.