Strategic book publishing and rights agency
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Author mill PublishAmerica opened its doors in Writer Beware has received hundreds of complaints, reports, and advisories about this company under both its names. Hundreds—perhaps thousands—more can be found online. Writer Beware has received many reports of out-of-the-blue solicitations by this entity, which also engages in blog comment spam. It has also sued itself. After more than a year of legal maneuvering, including subpoenas issued by Clopper, the parties reached a settlement, stipulating to dismissal with prejudice in July In April , ASB stopped accepting new submissions and abandoned its translation program.
I found it interesting that while I was reading the article by a former employee of Fletcher, there was a bold print ad directing me to publish with Stragetic. Very ironic. What a mess! Karen, I am not surprised If you're googling anything to do with books or publishing, those sleazy ads WILL find you. The ones that come up on my writing kids' books site aren't so bad, but other places I go, they're horrible They are slime bags, for sure.
Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Agency. Everyone is saying its a scam so I wondered if anyone has worked with them and have a success story to tell. I keep getting offers for my book but as yet I has said nothing Robert Cracknell on February 15, Basically if you sign up with them on what appears to be a partnership in printing your book, it is akin to buying a donkey with the aim of being carried along.