Tag Archives: Hybrid Publishing

Booktrope Closing Its Doors Leaving Authors Without a Publisher

Booktrope LogoIn a sad turn of events, hybrid self-publishing service, Booktrope, is going out of business. Via Geekwire:

Booktrope plans to go out of business at the end of May, bringing an end to its “team publishing” platform used by ad hoc groups of authors, editors, marketers and designers to create and market print books and e-books…

With the closure, Booktrope says it will “remove all published books from sale as of May 31, 2016,” returning rights to authors as of June 1.

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Cold River Studio Review

Cold River Studio, based in Tennessee, USA, offer graphic design and self-publishing services for writers, designers and corporate clients. The principal partner of the company is Peter Honsberger, formerly of Cold Tree Publishing.

“We believe in the importance of creative collaboration between clients, writers, editors, and designers.

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Matador Publishing Review

Matador is the self-publishing imprint of Troubador Publishing based in Leicester, England. Troubador itself is a commercial publisher founded in 1990, but the Matador imprint for self-publishing authors was launched in 1999. Matador offers self-publishing authors a wide range of services, from the design and production of a book, through to marketing and distribution.…

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