Something Or Other Publishing Gains Traction in Writing Community

A steady stream of new book ideas submitted to Something or Other Publishing's website comes just as the company further establishes its presence among peers.

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SOOP has added more than one new title per week to its growing library of book concepts.

(PRWEB) April 30, 2014

With book idea submissions flowing in, new recognition as an accredited publisher by highly respected Poets & Writers, and continued success among its published authors, Something or Other Publishing continues to solidify its position in the industry.

Poets and Writers is a long-serving organization whose mission is to “foster the professional development of poets and writers, to promote communication throughout the literary community, and to help create an environment in which literature can be appreciated by the widest possible public.” Its small press listings have long been a valuable resource for writers of all stripes. SOOP’s inclusion in these listings is good news, both for the publisher and for the writers it hopes to reach.

SOOP’s unique, democratized publishing model — which is focused on empowering and educating authors to master production, platform, and pitch — seems to be attracting attention among writers, as well. In the first quarter of 2014, SOOP has added more than one new title per week to its growing library of book concepts. Several among those have made fast progress through the company’s stair-step model toward publication.

Wade Fransson, SOOP’s founder, welcomes these signs of progress. “These are terrific indicators of our growth as a company,” he said. “Along with the track record of our books achieving Hot New Release status on Amazon and other internal metrics, we’re confident that our approach is really gaining traction.”

About Something or Other Publishing:
Something or Other Publishing, LLC is a new concept in publishing that seeks to connect authors and readers like never before. Its democratized selection process and subsequent focus on author education, empowerment, and encouragement is designed to provide a platform for a new generation of talented writers. The company is based in Madison, Wisconsin.
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