May 13, 2019

Comment Response

by Sarah Luedecke (author's profile)
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Comment Response
(March 23, 2019)


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Thank you forever for what information you gave me regarding book publishing information. I would really like to be able to get this published as soon as possible. I have already contacted them via email and via snail mail to find out as much information as I possibly can. I am in the process of doing my own editing, so I won't have to pay someone to do it. I am pretty good with grammar and punctuational stuff.

I appreciate the information beyond measure because I was working with Sureshot Books. They took the entire manuscript then sent it back to me saying they no longer worked with inmates, which to me was stupid and very unprofessional to even accept the manuscript in the first place.

I look forward to selling it one day soon. If so, would you have anyone in mind that would support and possibly buy a copy? If so, let me know. The more the merrier.


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Cavak Posted 5 years ago. ✓ Mailed 4 years, 11 months ago   Favorite
Hey there, stranger! Everyone struggles to get their book to sell. Angela Hoy at BookLocker might be able to help you with more knowledge that I have. You might want to check up with her. If you get your book published though, I will buy a copy of it when I see it! :D

I'm not sure if you are still looking for a publisher or if you're still going to be in prison later this year, but I wanted to send you another publisher who promises to help you for free. I'll copy and paste their information for you.

Best wishes!

Prisons Foundation

Prisons Foundation publishes books written by or about prisoners. Their publishing program includes all types of books or manuscripts published on their website in the exact manner submitted, with no censorship and no charge to publish a book online.

The prison author retains full rights to their book, for later placement with a literary agent or commercial publisher if desired. Placing a book on their website will help bring it to the attention of agents and larger publishers.

The Foundation exhibits art by imprisoned artists at art galleries and special events, publishes books by prisoners without cost, and presents prisoner-written shows annually at the Kennedy Center.

Prisons Foundation
2512 Virginia Ave NW, #58043
Washington, DC 20037
United States

Phone Number: 202-393-1511
Email Address:

Sarah Luedecke Posted 4 years, 11 months ago.   Favorite
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